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What Are You Saying “Yes” To – Part 2

“Implied tasks” is an important concept that, in my opinion, doesn’t get enough attention. Implied tasks, are, as their name...

What Are You Saying “Yes” to – and Why the Question Matters

In my work as a Professional Coach I sometimes find that when I, to use a coaching metaphor, “hold up...

Help, I Need Some Priorities!

Much of the time an organization will face multiple tasks or commitments and lack the resources to do all of...

Overheard at the 2017 Leadership Razzies

Organizational leaders chair a lot of meetings – it comes with the territory. Running an effective meeting is a demanding artform that...

Discussion or Decision?

The story is told of a CEO who mounted a billiards scoreboard in the corporate board room, immediately behind their...

Meetings – What’s Your ROI?

I once sat at a conference table with a unique and very useful feature. At its head was inset a...

Things Leaders Do That Drive People Crazy (And Some Ideas About How to Stop)

Hey, it’s 2018!  (Before you write me off as hopelessly behind the times, yes I know it’s the beginning of...

Workplace Bullying: It’s Ugly, It’s Complex and the Solution Might Not Be What You Think

These days the grim topic of workplace bullying is getting talked about a lot where I live. Everyone agrees that...

Leadership Myth #8 – Leaders Control Things.

In my experience, the term “command and control” gets a bad rap in many organizations. It is equated with a...

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