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Leadership as Art

I recently read an article, “Every Leader is an Artist” at the Harvard Business Review web site.  The article, written by Michael O’Malley, author of a book by the same name, makes the argument [...]

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VisualsSpeak Improves Existing Leadership Programs

A few months back a large bank was looking to beef up the effectiveness of their leadership development program for new supervisors. At the same time, they wanted to get people up to speed more [...]

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Hidden Innovations

The most costly disruptions always happen when something we take completely for granted stops working for a minute.

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Confusing Motion and Progress

Spending too much time to get too little done? Maybe you're focusing too much on motion and not enough on progress.

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Prevention or Promotion?

Selling creative ideas to a risk-averse audience can be tough, especially in this climate. But there might be a way!

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Lessons From The Bottom

Design lessons drawn from serving the poorest populations can help us serve ALL populations better.

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Futurist or Visionary Leader?

Are today's leaders thinking about the future, or doing something about it? A historical example highlights the difference.

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Leadership and Organizational Structure

When we began working on our leadership development tools a year or so ago, we first had to confront a fairly basic question: what did we mean by leadership?

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Microbiology, anyone?

It's time to think 'new' for the new year! For me, that means going small.

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Developing Leaders in Different Organizations

In a recent interview, Aaron Munter talks about how different definitions of leadership can affect leadership development.

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Get Management Out of the Vacuum!

Looking at a recent survey of managers, they're weakest in just the areas you'd expect.

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Leading in Troubled Times

Leading is easy when times are good, but what about when it's Bad News Bears?

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Leadership in a Democracy

Hidden in the big election stories are tales of true leadership.

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A Problem with Fad Leadership Development

Some fad tools are very narrow, yet promise to be comprehensive. Here's a recent interview excerpt on the topic.

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Data Ain't Information

We're awash in data, but nearly bone-dry in information. And that's just the beginning.

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Five Lessons from the Farmer's Market

Farmer's markets offer lessons on life, work, and entrepreneurship.

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