Tag Archives: leadership behaviour

Are Your Leaders Real?

In Act I Scene 2 of Shakespeare’s play, Othello, Iago (who aligns himself with the two-faced God, Janus) is the story’s primary agent of change and his actions cause the downfall of the main characters. Without Iago’s scheming, Othello and Desdemona would likely have remained married and Cassio in … Continue reading

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Corrosive Executive Behavior . . .

Some men have thousands of reasons why they cannot do what they want to, when all they need is one reason why they can.   ~Martha Graham Over the three decades I have been conducting senior executive strategy workshops and … Continue reading

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Leadership Shadows and a Teachable Moment . . .

“Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who casts the biggest shadow of all?”  ~apologies to Maleficent, the Wicked Queen in Snow White Several years ago I was invited to attend an end of year conference for one of my large clients. … Continue reading

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