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How Leaders Reshape Culture . . . It’s Not What You Think

One of the foundation “principles” of academics and consultants who research and advise on Corporate Culture is that senior leadership plays a very large role in shaping and changing corporate culture, mostly through articulating new “values” and then the leaders … Continue reading

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Peer Leadership, Courage and Culture Change

The best training program in the world is absolutely worthless without the will to execute it properly, consistently, and with intensity.  ~John Romaniello Let’s face it, corporate America has been trained, retrained, and then trained again (even trained out!) on leadership … Continue reading

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do . . .

If you are a child of the 60’s, then  you can easily hear in your memory the lyrics to this Neil Sedaka blockbuster.  If you can’t recall them, or are from a  different generation, click here for a blast from … Continue reading

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The New F-word in Business . . .

The successful warrior is the average man with laser-like focus.  ~Bruce Lee There are tons of new fads in the world today.  I guess we have the internet, social media, technology, ample spare time and the ease of communication to … Continue reading

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The Discomfort of the CEO

  My father used to have a saying in our family: If Momma ain’t happy, nobody’s happy! and this little phrase helped me avoid getting deeper into trouble as a kid, and also sheds some light on organizational behaviour and … Continue reading

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