A Culture Shift Lesson from the Navy SEALs

   In organizational cultures where entitlement, selfishness and ego are the daily specials on the menu, how can you, as a leader, create the special sauce that turns a “me” culture into a “we” culture? How can you switch people’s point of focus from the individual level and shift it towards one that considers the overall benefit of the […] Read moreRead More»

Reprogram Your Mindware for Breakout Success

“Now that I know what I know about our human minds, I firmly believe the more every human on our planet understands how the mind works, the more we’ll be prepared to step into a whole new generation of performance, of communication, of motivation, of satisfaction!” I dare you to talk to Rebel Brown for […] Read moreRead More»

Making Your Business Values Valuable

It’s hard to be opposed to the idea of corporate values. What could be wrong with a company doing a quick off-site to develop a lofty and admirable values statement that can be distributed on posters and cute little wallet-sized laminated cards? There’s a lot wrong with it, actually. These word-smithed values statements are pretty, […] Read moreRead More»

Making Serendipity Tactical: Is Randomness Part of Your Leadership Strategy?

Have you ever met a person, come across an idea, or found a resource that was precisely what you needed at exactly that moment in time? These “happy accidents” bring us surprise and joy. But more than that, they are essential to moving us forward as leaders and learners. Serendipity powers the social web. Tools […] Read moreRead More»

The Importance of Thinking Beyond Your Social Media Strategy

“What is your social media strategy?” You hear this question more often than enough in the conference rooms of enterprises. Five years after the adoption of Facebook, Twitter, and their social companions, corporations are still trying to pinpoint their social media strategy. That’s the main problem. Integrated marketing is not a new concept. But, when […] Read moreRead More»

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