Brighton Leadership Group

Author: Scott Beilke

Culture Creep

Research shows that organizations with high performance over a sustained period of time achieve their success because their people are coming to work each day to

Read More »

The Ghost of Cultures Past

Editor’s Note: This was originally posted on         One of the unfortunate consequences of leadership churn, mergers and acquisitions and failed projects is that

Read More »

People Powered Culture Change

“Editor’s Note: This was originally posted on As you lead through culture change are you “playing to win?”  Who is on your team?  Culture is all about

Read More »

Culture Sneak Peak

In preparation for our presentation at the Ultimate Culture Conference we are featuring a series of tips about culture, culture change and culture challenges. Edgar Schein,

Read More »

Lasting Change

In our Tuesday Tremendous Tip we talked about how Robert Cialdini’s six influence principles (from Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion) are useful in creating effective change.

Read More »

The Sweet Spot of Success

Editor’s Note: This was originally posted on     A Sweet Spot exists at the intersection of three areas of context for any business transformation (Change). It

Read More »

Do Your Customers Matter this Much?

Employee engagement is a hot topic these days and for good reason, because employees are epidemically under engaged. Beyond unengaged comes disengaged and finally disgruntled. Perhaps

Read More »

It's About Focus

What is our strategy now?  How are we doing on our strategy?  Have we arrived yet? There are other questions your people could be asking about

Read More »

More Articles

Leaving the Pack

Defy the Leadership Default

Have you observed the lack of effective leadership in the United States? Rather than uniting us with a positive, powerful purpose, the people in positions …

Read More →

YOUR Leadership Manifesto

The world is hungry for heroes, leaders who are not just great, but also good. Create a leadership manifesto to make it clear how you …

Read More →

Seven Secrets of Leadership Solitude

When is the last time you experienced solitude? When were you last alone to think and do and be as you please, without interruption?There are …

Read More →
leadership thoughts

3 Thoughts on Leadership

The critical leadership activities that cannot be delegated are NEXT, NOW to NEXT and WHO and HOW: NEXT – this is the future state, the …

Read More →
Scroll to Top