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Candor, the pivot point between success and failure

Mergers and acquisitions can seem too daunting when we view the merging entities as separate cultures, with separate norms, separate ways of doing things. Usually the small company is eaten by the larger and loses its persona. People leave the … Continue reading

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Leaders of Turnarounds and Surviving Change

Editor’s Note: While this article is about CEOs the leadership advice applies to anyone in a leadership position. by Marshall Goldsmith When times are tough, becoming a new leader or CEO from outside the organization is both a blessing and … Continue reading

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Marshall Goldsmith Video on Change Management

Change is often viewed as scary or uncomfortable. However, it’s what we need to innovate and grow our way through these tough economic times.  We can find resistance from managers or employees who aren’t clear on the benefits to change.  … Continue reading

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The mindset that leads to successful leadership change management

We’ve all heard of people who rode a wave or actually changed entire industries because they had a nose for change and how to benefit from it. Intel’s co-founder Andy Grove is one of those people. He sensed that personal … Continue reading

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