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How will you manage your life and career at the age of 120? Silly question? Not worth thinking about? Waste of time? Maybe so, maybe no.
Should I Say What I’m Thinking?! Ouch! Maybe Yes, Maybe No. Why can’t I just speak my mind? —especially when it’s true! This is a question I’ve wrestled with all my life, and it comes up in conversations almost every day, especially with leaders who are charged with getting outcomes.
How Do You React When You Look in the Mirror—Happy or Horrified? What’s Your Self Concept When You Look at You? Some people can’t get enough of their own face in the mirror—other people avoid looking at all. What about you?
Basketball is a player-to-player competition, but in business, as well as non-profits, team members must not compete against each other.
Leadership alignment—whether you move as a coordinated group whose sum is more than the individual parts—is the leading indicator of whether the balance sheet will grow or hemorrhage red.
In order to move up to the next level of leadership ability, skill and agility, you need the power of feedback from those around you—you need the Delta 360 and its companion, the Delta Team 360.
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.
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.