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How a Shift in Language Finds Solutions Faster

By Larry Lipman The experts say that the words we use in our everyday conversations and in our thoughts determine: * Our mood * Our reputation * Our destiny The same applies to LEADERS! With the all the Leadership & Management … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden: Courageous Leader or Just Plain Paranoid?

Scrutinizing the Latest Events in the NSA Scandal  by Lee Ellis As a former POW in the camps of North Vietnam, I think my comrades and I saw the purest example of leadership possible. Our senior leaders put their country … Continue reading

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Developing Effective Leaders to Hit Home Runs

Google’s 8-Point Guide to Good Management. Use it to add fuel to your own management training. The guide says “Don’t be a sissy” and reach for those goals, use your power to remove roadblocks, develop careers and listen. Seems pretty … Continue reading

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Freedom a Fundamental Blessing Based on Interdependence

by Lee Ellis As a former POW in Vietnam, I know what it’s like to lose your freedom.  For more than five years, my comrades and I were locked in dark, dusty cells, with no contact with the outside world. In … Continue reading

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Creating Clarity to Boost Performance

by Holly Green What is the ONE thing that gets in the way of your ability to execute? I work with hundreds of CEOs and business owners who are deeply concerned about a lack of execution and consider it to be one of … Continue reading

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Six gorilla-sized illusions that blind side good decision-making

by Holly Green Here’s a short video clip, under two minutes. It is a fun test of what you see and don’t see when you’re focused.   What was your answer? Also, did you see a gorilla the first time … Continue reading

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Delusional Leaders – Eyes Wide Shut

by Holly Green Have you ever watched the TV show Undercover Boss? The “plot” is fairly simple. Each week, the CEO or owner of a business goes undercover as an entry-level employee in his or her own company. S/he typically … Continue reading

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Three Phases That Guarantee Innovation And Who Holds the Keys

by Holly Green When I ask business leaders to identify which part of the innovation process their organizations struggle with the most, I typically get one of three answers: We have a lot of ideas but most of them get … Continue reading

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