Monthly Archives: May 2019

Personal Connections: How Leaders Sustain a Culture of “We”

We are in the midst of great social, economic, scientific and political change. Intelligent approaches count more than ever if we’re to build sustainable results in rapidly changing, complex markets. Successful leaders must utilize strong people skills to foster teamwork and unity. Leaders who are passionate about their people can sustain a culture of “we”. […]
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Unified Teamwork: How Leaders Go From “Me” to “We”

Have you noticed how teams composed of individuals who vary in their strengths, skills and personalities feed synergy and motivation? When paired with other skill-sets, people inspire one another and learn from each other. The sense of unity reduces barriers and creates a collective drive to solve problems with creative solutions. In a culture of […]
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Forward Thinking Leaders Assess and Address Compelling Problems

People need to be part of something bigger than themselves, and they generally embrace opportunities to contribute to organizational success. They want to be part of a unified team. Yet organizational environments may prevent them from feeling satisfied. I’ve been writing about this in recent posts. When this topic comes up with my coaching clients, […]
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The Real Power of Purpose and Value

By definition, every business is values-driven, but an uplifting sense of purpose is more motivating than profits and promotions. “A noble purpose inspires sacrifice, stimulates innovation and encourages perseverance.” ~ Gary Hamel, What Matters Now? Yet many leaders I have met use financial incentives (i.e. bonuses, pay and promotion) to stimulate people to good work. They are reluctant […]
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Forward Thinking Leadership: Cultivate a “We” Mindset

If we’re going to successfully grow organizations for the future, we need to take a serious look at the way we manage people and work together. As Einstein saw it, we can’t solve problems using the same level of consciousness with which we created them. So how do leaders create an organization that can thrive and grow today, […]
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Strengthening Leadership Grit

As a consultant and coach, I can attest that leadership personality and style are the most crucial factors in organizational strength. Today―and especially for the future―we need leaders who can engage the workforce, manage people, and inspire collaboration and innovation. Leadership personality is critical. The spectrum of human personality is extremely complex, with experts debating […]
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