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Organizational Values: From Platitudes to Attitudes By Jack Speer and Carol Kallendorf, PhD | September 24, 2019 Are stated values in organizations really valuable? Any entrepreneur will tell you that values are critical. They give an organization direction, define its “DNA” and pull it together. Organizations often do live their values, and we have clients that live them every day. Having said that, when you look at the format in which corporate values are written and presented, they often seem abstract, disconnected–and yes, here I said it–mostly[…]
Decision Making Skills–Your Most Important Tool One of the most important skills you’ll ever possess is your ability to make good decisions. Decision making is something we all struggle with– yet it makes us or breaks us. How do you feel about your decision making process? Can you make a decision–business or personal–and be happy with it? Can you move on quickly and not look back? Decisions Then and Now–How Decision-making has Changed As a child decisions were easier–they were based on a few fundamentals: […]
Would you agree that fixing leadership dysfunctionality and aligning an organization’s leadership is the key factor in the world’s organizational success? Organizations can’t succeed in the 21st Century marketplace environment unless its leadership is aligned.
Who do you think is pulling the strings of your life? There is no more important questions for you to answer.
How do you want your life to improve in 2019? How do you achieve a breakthrough to a larger career, a richer family life, and opportunities to serve others and make a difference?
If successful, the Body Voyager would change the face of medicine and create one of the most profitable companies in the world. What happened then?
Is Dale Carnegie “Friendly Me” Communication Out? Is Donald Trump “Fear Me” Communication in? Is Friendly in the Workplace on Life Support?
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.
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.
If I were to hire you, date you, marry you, or hang out with you—I would need to know something profoundly important about you— how well do you get along with yourself?