Tuesday Morning Focal Point
Tag: leadership

Leadership. So you think you have the gift?
July 30, 2019
Category: Leadership

Writing this blog on leadership after an impactful coaching/mentoring call. The call was with a senior executive in an international manufacturing company that will do over $4.5 billion in sales this year. This is a company that believes in developing leaders at various levels and takes leadership very seriously.  My coaching with this executive is…

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Leadership is more about “being” and less about “doing”
July 2, 2019

We all love to have action-oriented people and leaders in our companies. Particularly those in leadership who have an ability to drive execution not only for themselves but also for those around them.  After all, there is a huge execution component to successfully implementing your growth strategy and achieving your targets. The Competing Forces Notwithstanding,…

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Process is Important in Organizations
April 16, 2019

Today we have a guest writer. Lars VanLinge is a personal friend, but also someone whom I have had the honour of providing professional consultation to through Kaleidoscope. Lars and I were having a telephone conversation a week ago. He was talking about his own personal journey and learning about the importance of process.  It…

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Change Management Needed? Try Inviting to Create
March 26, 2019

Learning from other’s change management failures I have been watching an organization that I had a past role with, try to undertake change management. I am noticing the abysmal failure, the division, and the lack of inclusiveness the process is yielding.  On the one hand, I don’t want to be publishing a blog with a…

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Hey Leaders – Step up and Lead
November 28, 2017
Category: Leadership

Emerging leaders often express a common frustration to me. They notice that as they get closer to the top of an organization fewer opportunities exist. Moreover, depending on how they handle that frustration, they may move into a state of whining. These future chiefs start complaining about not being given opportunities. They grumble about not…

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