Being ethical in the world of business, risk management and compliance can be quite a challenge. It is an on-going battle for all companies regardless of which sector they run in. Arguably, legal or compliance abuses are the lesser of worries compared to establishing a culture of honesty and integrity…. Read More»
You’re sitting at the table with two people: your toughest competitor and a prospective client whose business you want badly. As you listen to your competitor make her case, you seethe. You know the client will be better off with your company and your solution. When it’s your moment to speak, you channel all of your belief and evidence into a clear and passionate articulation of why the client should pick you.
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Leading change requires more of a leader: patience, storytelling, empathy, perseverance. Such leadership requirements can’t be used occasionally, but must be part of leadership as usual in these dynamically changing times…. Read More»
When you hear someone say, “That person’s got quite an ego,” it’s rarely meant as a form of flattery. In fact, it typically carries a lot of negative baggage. But without a “healthy ego,” a person can be pretty dysfunctional. Indecisive. Defensive. Insensitive. Accusatory. Insecure. Risk averse. You name it. One way to think of ego in a positive light is to look at what it takes to maintain a healthy one. Using the word EGO as an acronym, here are three key requirements:… Read More»