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  • A Process Of Practice

    Most organizations struggle with achieving sustained behavioral change as a result of...

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  • Taming the Creep

    Scope creep refers to expanding a project while it is in development or even deployment. It is the cumulative effect of adding “one small thing” to a project too many...

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  • Learning to Love Millennials

    Self-serving, narcissistic, lazy and entitled; these are just a few terms that are used to describe millennials. While they’ve only been in the workforce for roughly 10 years, millennials have...

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  • Could A Picture Be Worth 50,000 Words?

    It is said that a picture is worth a 1,000 words...

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  • Advice for High-achievers and Leaders Who Coach Them

    Your ability to do things well could keep you from taking risks. A common pattern among high-achievers and leaders who have a history of excellence is a consistent focus on the...

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  • Lead for a Day. Lead For a Life

    We devote less than 45 minutes a day to ‘socializing and communicating’ – wherein communication is the end in itself, not simply a means to a desired outcome. In fact,...

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  • Entrepreneurial Economics

    I just finished a webinar for a large group of “Masters in Organizational Development” students. The participants were current and alumni grads of a global program (you’d recognize it), and...

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  • Measuring Client Performance is Key Metric for Training

    The single most important reason corporate training organizations exist is to improve the performance of the business. Most people would agree with that, although some would like to lump in...

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  • Influence Without Authority

    I have been asked countless times in leadership sessions; ‘How do I get my boss to…?’ They essentially ask, ‘How can I influence someone over whom I have no authority?’...

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  • Addressing the Problem, Not Just the Symptoms

    A previous post introduced basic concepts from systems thinking. The concepts were illustrated with one systems archetype (“Fixes that Fail”) that helps leaders avoid the trap of applying a short-term...

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