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Mental Models

Note: this article is part of The Transatlantic Debate Blog series, which forms a conversation between Dr. Katrin Muff and Dr. Kathy Miller Perkins on business sustainability. 908 more words


Should You Reprimand or Should You Redirect?

Prompt feedback and reaffirming a person’s past performance encourages a growth mindset within your organization.

Ken Blanchard author of The One Minute Manager provides great insight how we can best work together.

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What the BEST Leaders do Differently

Do you want to know what makes the difference mediocre and extraordinary leadership?  I’ll give you a hint: it has to do with earthquakes and cars. 599 more words

Leadership Coaching

Fixing the Business and Team Problems Keeping You Up At Night

Let’s talk about what is keeping you up at night – those pesky business and team problems.

There’s a simple model I use when working with businesses to quickly highlight the sources of problems.  378 more words

Leadership Coaching

"Hire Slow, Fire Fast..."

“Hire slow, fire fast” may be a well-used management cliche, but it deserves repetition. Vu Le’s excellent post today lays out why many managers avoid or delay firing under-performing staff – and why it’s almost never worth it.


A Vision for the Future of Work

We need a new vision for work – a vision that’s more alive and more vibrant than the mechanical environments that most of us are offered in our jobs today. 1,379 more words


Windshield Leadership vs. Rear-View Mirror Management

Great leaders that build up their people and empower them to achieve greatness differentiate themselves from those managers who are not effective in those areas. 483 more words

Character-based Leadership