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5 Business Strategy Questions Every Effective Leader Should Follow

By Freek Vermeulen If you can’t find time to think, it probably means that you haven’t organized your firm, unit, or team very well, and you are busy putting out little fires all the time. It also means that you are

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Posted in Decision Making, Leadership, Organizational Development, Strategy

Servant Leadership in 6 Steps

A servant leader is an authentic leader. One whose personal persona prevails upon the public persona. They are genuine. “A noble leader answers not to the trumpet calls of self promotion, but to the hushed whispers of necessity.” Mollie Marti Simply

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Posted in Change, Leadership Mastery

What Leaders Can Learn From The Fosbury Flop

By Jim Woods Like us on Facebook  Failure is as vital to innovation and life as the sun is to earth. No one goes unscathed. Certainly some more than ever. Yet life compels each of us, albeit sometimes kicking and

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Posted in Creativity, Innovation, Leadership Mastery

Reframing Failure To Innovate Again – #entrepreneurs

Former Disney President Michael Eisner said this concerning innovation and failure, “There’s no good idea that cannot be improved on.” Whether failure is met as an impediment or an opportunity is a matter of choice not destiny. Failure is the

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Posted in Innovation

Leadership by Execution, Not Delegating

Professional challenges come in all shapes and sizes, whether they’re related to strategy making, innovation, process improvements, strategic partnerships, mergers, or technology-enabled transformations. When hard problems are delegated and success is elusive, the go-to reaction is to blame the people

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Posted in Leadership

Tony Robbins – Staying Positive in Tough Times #Success #Careers

We invite you to work with us. Learn more. Jim is president of InnoThink Group a competitive strategy and leadership management consulting firm. He has an absolute passion for people development and are constantly refining and adapting his programs in order to

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Posted in Career, Change

Every #Entrepreneur Needs To Know These 3 Lessons To Achieve Lasting Success

To paraphrase Coach John Wooden, A leader is someone who can give correction without causing resentment. Here are three tips every leader needs to know for success:  Know Who You Are, What You Stand for and Whose Team You Play

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Posted in Leadership

Spreading The Human Connection Through Trust and Empathy in Health Care

Perhaps it would prove equally noble to have all of our performance stats placed online for review by anyone. Why stop at physicians? Dr. Thomas H. Lee, chief medical officer at Press Ganey Associates makes a number of salient points below.

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Posted in Change Management, Employee Engagement

3 Ways To Become More Productive Without Actually Doing More Work

Here are three suggestions to become more productive, without actually doing more work: 1. SCHEDULE DOWNTIME. How many times have you been in the shower or watching TV, and an idea or solution to a problem popped into your head,

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Posted in Strategy

Does Your Leadership Style Feed Bureaucracy and Negativity or Innovation and Accountability?

Change for some people is entered into kicking and screaming. They view today’s cascading uncertainty and complexity as detriments. One can hear those called to lead languishing, “When things get back to normal.” Therein lie there problems. The failure to

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Posted in Authentic Leadership