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The Leader Walks the Talk

How many “managers” have you encountered that will say one thing, and then do the opposite? I can assume at least 90% can agree to that. When we think about leadership the words: trust, credibility, relationships, communication, and consistency come

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Posted in continuous improvement, leadership, leadership development, Self Leadership Development

The Core of Leadership Effectiveness: Part 1

It is interesting that in teaching students how to complete a process of root cause analysis I often come to a point where people want to start pointing fingers. Employees are lazy, stupid, uncommitted, oblivious, ignorant and the list goes

Posted in continuous improvement

Employee Development: A Hands on Approach

In the shadow of the great recession companies now more than ever are challenged to increase shareholder returns. This primary function of management was never easy but today it is even more challenging. One resource that is often talked about

Posted in continuous improvement, leadership, organizational development, Special Topic Questions
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