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4 Ways to Prevent a Conflict Catastrophe

Conflict, misunderstandings, disagreements: these are all a part of working with people who are different than we are. Why can’t we all just get along? …

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Leaders are Great Communicators

Virtually every company we’ve worked with has had feedback from their employees that they need to improve communication. Better communication …

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Leaders are Courageous

Being courageous does not mean being without fear. Being courageous is about moving forward despite challenges, obstacles and resistance. Courage …

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Leaders are Growth Minded

Why do why some people achieve their potential while equally talented others do not? In Mindset: The New Psychology of …

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Leaders are Learners

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] How are you intentionally growing, improving and learning? You don’t have to be in school to continue learning. Don’t …

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Top Tips from Two Awesome Hours

Josh Davis, Ph.D. has done a masterful job of creating simple, practical tips on how to apply neuroscience research to …

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Unite

We work with Executive Leadership Teams as they focus on how to shape their culture to increase performance and maximize profitable …

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The Story of Truth and a Story about Truth

Truth walked into a village. The local inhabitants started cursing at him. Spewing epithets, they chased him out of the …

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Talk Is Cheap

Last week’s tip talked about a process for sharing change news. This week we’re tackling what happens after the news …

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Breaking Bad (News)

While news of change isn’t always bad, it’s critically important to consider your approach to sharing the details of change. …

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Who is Your Customer?

In our work we’ve found that the answer to this question is a common point of divergence. The “customer” definition …

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The Good Life

How do you define success? If you do not have clarity about what success is then all roads lead there. …

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Are You Innovative?

According to research, leaders of the most innovative companies don’t delegate creative work. They do it themselves. Did you know …

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Innovation Insights

Are you inundated with information on innovation? The problem is that organizations are often paying lip service to innovation but …

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Selling and Change

Here are insights from Dan Pink’s keynote presentation at Change Management 2015. When you are facilitating others to change, you …

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Make Your Own Weather

While it makes sense to check the weather so you know whether to grab your sunglasses or umbrella when you …

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Value Outcomes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The purpose of organizational values is NOT to decorate the walls or to create new trinkets to hand out …

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Customer Clarity … Exactly who is your Customer?

“Editor’s Note: This was originally posted on CultureUniversity.com Customer Confusion Ask 10 random people in your organization “Who is our customer?” How …

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Make it Right

The Story: On the way to a meeting yesterday, the tire pressure light appeared on the dashboard. The meeting was …

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