Tag Archive: Organizational Development

The World’s Cheapest Simplest Leadership Development System

***** We’ve all been there. We get fired up at a conference only to run out of steam a few days later. Regardless of how good, training won’t stick on its own. Leaders aren’t… Continue reading

Creating a Mistake-making Policy

***** Integrity isn’t perfection, its better. During a hospital stay a nurse turned off and neglected to turn on my pneumatic leg pumps. (Devices designed to help prevent blood clots in the legs… Continue reading

How to Move Through Uncertainty to Opportunity

Image source Ineffective leaders require certainty before they act, I am certain. On the other hand, successful leaders make decisions where outcomes are uncertain. Turbulent times, regulations and compliance, technology, politics, people, and… Continue reading

The Secret to a Great Place to Work

***** I believe in employees first, but I recently learned a bigger, more important truth. I asked an expert on “great places to work” if putting employees first was the secret to creating… Continue reading

How to Create Buy-In Before you Blowup

***** The hardest thing to change is an organization’s culture. It’s exponentially more difficult when you see the need but others don’t. Some organizations die in the process. Others start, struggle, stagnate, and… Continue reading

Five Reasons Performance Reviews Suck

***** Every performance review I ever had was a colossal waste of time. The dust laying on yours indicates it’s not worth the paper it’s printed on. Performance reviews are like Santa Clause,… Continue reading