Strategies for Business Leaders
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Courage + Humility
I was debriefing an engagement with a client that has gone exceptionally well and attributed it to two things: their courage and their humility.
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One idea, applied, can change your whole year.
As can one conversation, one interaction, one insight, one illumination.
The leaders that I work with understand
Like strategic leadership, is made of only a few ingredients.
Which makes their identification and execution critical.
Strategic Leadership, as I describe it to clients
That’s the foundational credo of the Executive Forum.
What’s said here, stays here.
And at tonight’s meeting, members brought challenges for input from the
How to Determine Your Next Move
From this morning’s webinar.
When you’re assessing what you want to do and where you want to go, the typical model asks, what are you:
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Q4: Leading Forward
I, too, am wondering how September is arriving this week with the last quarter of the year on its heels.
I mean, whoa.
Announcing a New Offering for Men
Shared experience is powerful.
In the early days of the pandemic, clients were struggling under the weight of all that they were carrying. And their
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Keep your eyes peeled.
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20 Degrees of Separation
Last night’s rapidly fading light was the only thing between me and running farther than in a long time, remembering the perils of a rivulet-carved
Is a common response I hear when debriefing 360 feedback with a leader who will use it to get even better.
And they do.
Make the Right Investment
In yourself and it should make things better, not busier.
If it doesn’t, if it only adds to your plate without being additive, it’s likely
With your people, use “we,” “our,” and “us,” almost exclusively rather than “I” and “my.”
Works as effectively in town halls as in email bulletins.
In Case You Missed It
He isn’t playing by the rules.
Because he wants to reinvent them.
A big play.
With very big players in the middle who
What’s Your Coaching Philosophy?
This is a very good question.
And one that I didn’t have an answer to when asked by a prospective client.
Because I don’t really
Glen Tullman’s Transcarent: His Biggest Challenge Yet
Is also the most risky.
And we recently sat down in Chicago to talk about it.
Is not feigning modesty or pretending to know less than we do.
It’s not about dimming one’s accomplishments, shrinking.
Instead, it’s knowing how big and