May 2017

May
20

Power, Profit, Passion, Purpose…Which ‘P’ Matters Most?

Tags: Leadership Worth Sharing Blog, Organizational Culture, Organizational Leadership, Situational Leadership

In the world of business, I think we can all agree that ‘power and profit’ matters most to companies. And, with good reason. ‘Power’ signifies one’s market presence and influence while ‘profit’ validates company success and customer approval . . . all crucial components to the sustainability and viability of any business. So how does […]

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May
13

Get to the ‘Heart of the Matter’ with 2 Powerful Questions

Tags: Leadership Worth Sharing Blog, Organizational Culture, Organizational Leadership, Situational Leadership

Have you ever been part of a leadership program that energized everyone with ‘feel good’ traction only to have it fade away in a matter of weeks? What happened? Didn’t we all leave with good intentions, make solid commitments, and agree to be different? The short answer is, ‘absolutely,’ but just like a new year’s […]

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May
07

It’s Not About You But…About Us

Tags: Leadership Worth Sharing Blog, Organizational Culture, Organizational Leadership, Situational Leadership

Smeagol, in the Lord of The Rings trilogy, used to be normal, until he ‘succumbed to the ring.’ It’s an extreme example, but in many similar ways, we in corporate America also ‘succumb’ to our own version of ‘the ring.’ I call it the ‘Smeagol Syndrome.’ What are examples of the ‘Smeagol Syndrome?’ Here are […]

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