Successful Change Through Strategic Visualization

Exceptional Leaders are great builders. They are builders of people, builders of capability, builders of excellence, and builders of exciting and compelling future visions that people are often willing to make personal sacrifices to bring to life. The question often asked is what are some of the unique tools that make these leaders so successful? […] Read moreRead More»


Three Known Causes of Death: Lead Paint, Asbestos, and PowerPoints!

Three known causes of premature human death are exposure to lead paint, asbestos, and PowerPoint presentations. The frightening reality is only two of these have been forcefully removed from our everyday lives. Many organizations still use PowerPoint presentations to communicate strategies with the hope of building understanding, while developing ownership and commitment. Some leaders even have […] Read moreRead More»

The Three Bandits of Change Leadership

  Successful businesses are constantly changing. They’re introducing new offerings based on customer demand, making product updates to improve their bottom line, expanding into new markets, promoting employees and more. But unfortunately not everyone is always ready to adapt. In fact, for every supporter of change, leaders will be challenged by those who are resistant […] Read moreRead More»

An 8-step Process to Higher-performance Executive Decisions

Leaders must make a number of important decisions every day. You would expect that through repetition and practice they would continue to take their decision-making capability to higher levels of proficiency. However, after working with more than 50 senior executive teams of Global 2000 companies, I’ve found it is one of the top three areas […] Read moreRead More»

Duress vs Success in Engaging People to Achieve Strategic Change

Over the last twenty years, my organization has had numerous opportunities to watch and participate in change efforts that have engaged the hearts and minds of people to deliver great results. We have also experienced the opposite – working on change efforts where people hold back, and hold up the important movements responsible for changing […] Read moreRead More»

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