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What Every Leader Should Know About Organization Culture

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Your behaviors are contagious. Choose carefully. Perhaps you are familiar with a popular insurance company TV ad based on the concept of “paying it forward.” A woman prevents a guy from stepping off the street corner into the path of an oncoming car.  The man who observes this from a restaurant window later helps a » Read More

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Chaos or Vision: YOU Choose!

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As expats we live in a secure compound with high walls, inside those walls we have grass, trees, flowers, beauty and order. Many local families live in their own high walled “compounds” with their extended families. And although I have never been behind those walls I have heard of their gardens. Outside of all of » Read More

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Leadership 101: Consistent, Fair, Explainable

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Our good friend and long time Instigator, Chery Gegelman posted this over on her Simply Understanding blog Several years ago a mentor shared his business plan with me.  In part of it he wrote something he called a STAND.  When I asked what that was, he said it was knowing what you stand for before you » Read More

15 Lessons from 5 Years of Lead Change Group

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In late March, 2009, after 4 months of thinking and planning, I decided to start a leadership consulting business named the Lead Change Group. I also decided to create a group on LinkedIn to connect with like-minded folks and potential prospects.  So on March 30, 2009, I went to the LinkedIn Groups section and clicked » Read More

Breaking Down Those Organizational Walls

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“Mr. Gorbachev, Tear down this wall!” A number of years ago I was fortunate to be on the opening team of a new theme park in California. I was one of the first brought on in my department, and in those initial months as the park was being built it was a thrill to watch » Read More

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Is Your Brilliance Hiding in Plain Sight?

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You have your own way of getting work done through others.  As a manager, your own inherent values and ideas of how the world works (and should work) drive how you handle issues with the human beings in your charge. Something I notice with my clients and myself is that we often suppress our initial » Read More

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Leadership Development Blog Carnival: What Great Leaders Do!

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I’m honored to host Dan McCarthy’sLeadership Development Blog Carnival this month. January ended with MLK Day. This month we honor Washington and Lincoln.  So when Dan and I reached out to our leadership networks, we asked bloggers to share posts about what great leaders do, posts that highlight vision, passion, courage, commitment and even a willingness to sacrifice their » Read More

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Make Room for Your Dreams

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What will it take to make this THE year you make your most heartfelt, important dream for your future a reality? The turn of a new year is a bit like turning over the page to a clean sheet of paper.  For many, it’s a time of dreaming, resolutions, and goal setting. Chances are, even » Read More

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Keep Your Goals A Secret

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Like most people this time of year, you have likely set some new goals for yourself, your team, or your organization. Goals come in all shapes and sizes.  They may be personal or work-related.  Financial, health and wellness, career, or people-oriented.  Short-term or long-term. Lofty or low hanging fruit.  Whatever your goals, there is one » Read More

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A Veteran Leader’s Roll Call – Courage, Duty, and Roles

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Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less.    General Robert E. Lee           Taking on the tough nature of a task with fervor and dedication, one such as leadership, along with the roles and responsibilities that come with it, ranks as » Read More

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