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Making successful changes and adapting throughout a person’s career is not an option. Leadership is situational, and situations change. Executive coaching is a proven, effective way for leaders to navigate these waters.
Teams often have the fate of the organization in their hands, from the standpoint of execution. And teams have enormous opportunities to reduce costs by streamlining processes, slashing cycle time and time-to-market, and reducing the friction between team members.
Organizational culture is one of the most significant factors in the way organizations function—how they move forward or not. It is all too often not understood–from the executive offices to human resources.
Culture is the complex combination of the invisible ways in which people interact and work together as groups. Understanding how your organization’s culture works is key.
It’s the worst nightmare of a growing company—your organization spared no cost in recruiting a rock star c-suite. Yet as functioning teams they’re stuck in their ability to execute together.
Should you and your team do a 360-degree assessment this year to ramp up your team’s ability to deliver results? It could be of utmost importance.
My brain is my oldest friend. However, I’ve found myself at war against my brain. Sometimes I think the success I’ve experienced is because of my brain—and other times in spite of him.
Traditional employment reviews are not working. James Richards and the Porter Company have created a model that enables them to utilize their teams as their competitive edge.
My brain is the most important full-time employee that I have working for me. Yet looking at my brain’s performance over time with my internal HR department, I have to say that his performance record is spotty to say the least. Although my brain is my most important employee, I really get frustrated and call his skills into question. Don’t get me wrong. My brain is a good employee, often reliable and always earnest. If anything gets done in my world my brain does it,[…]
The Famous Burkes Panic of 1947 Introducing the Fine Art of Keeping Your Mind by Not Losing Your Stuff Keeping up with your stuff and staying calm is something we’re working on every day. How do we stay in command of our minds and emotions? As a teenager, I learned from observing my Grandmother Burkes about what I later called the famous “Burkes Panic”–the pure fear that comes upon a person when suddenly something isn’t there where you can put your hands on it and you’re[…]