How To [not make but] Guide Decisions As A New Leader

How To [not make but] Guide Decisions As A New Leader

The overriding prescription for your success as an executive onboarding into a new role is to converge into the team and organization before trying to evolve them. You can’t make decisions while you’re converging. You have not yet earned the right. Any idea you bring...

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Managing Your Brand Through The Coronavirus Crisis

Managing Your Brand Through The Coronavirus Crisis

By definition, a crisis is caused by a major, temporary change. Don’t fall into the trap of managing the temporary crisis itself, instead of managing through the crisis. Of course, some people need to focus on figuring out how to stop the Coronavirus. And we need to...

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When To Discard Your Loyal Opposition

When To Discard Your Loyal Opposition

You need a meaningful level of loyal disruption, challenge, rebellion, and deviation on a team. Without it, inertia sets in. You don’t evolve. You stagnate and eventually get eaten by competition you don’t see coming. However, when your loyal opposition ceases to...

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How To Get Off The Consultants’ Roller Coaster

How To Get Off The Consultants’ Roller Coaster

Almost every individual consultant has experienced it. At the bottom of the hill, they put all their effort into selling. Then they get clients and head uphill. Then, at the top of the hill, they put all their effort into doing the work for their clients. Then, when...

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Onboarding Digital Natives Into Executive Roles

Onboarding Digital Natives Into Executive Roles

Executive onboarding is the process of acquiring, accommodating, assimilating, and accelerating new executives to improve productivity and retention, and accelerate results. The prerequisite to successful executive onboarding is getting your organization aligned...

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Why The P.S. Is So Important For Introverts

Why The P.S. Is So Important For Introverts

Let’s start with the premise that you want everyone’s best ideas – whether or not you choose to accept or act on them. Let’s further presume that you have meetings for participants to learn, contribute and decide. The problem is that meetings, by definition, are...

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