Tag Archive: organizational success

How to B.U.I.L.D. T.R.U.S.T.

Average leaders get things done. Exceptional leaders build environments where others get things done. Average leaders fix. Exceptional leaders build. B.U.I.L.D. Practices if you want to build environments where others get things done… B… Continue reading

Unraveling Resistance to Change

A leader in the financial sector told me that the change top brass is making benefits top brass, but no one else.

Leading change isn’t difficult, it’s dangerous. 70% of change initiatives fail. HBR

How can you unravel resistance to change?

7 Questions to Create Brag Time

Give team members brag time in one-on-one meetings. Bad stuff: Bad overshadows good. You’re rightly concerned about making things better and solving problems. But constant concerns suck the life out of people. You… Continue reading

Quiet Quitting – 5 Questions that Confront Quiet Quitting

Quiet quitting is a disaster. I’m not thinking about organizations. It’s a disaster for everyone. Doing the minimum at work is circling a black hole. Quiet quitting is disengagement. Disengagement is boring. Imagine… Continue reading

Could Artificial Intelligence Launch Missiles – I Asked ChatGPT

I asked the following question to ChatGPT, “What is dangerous about the development of artificial intelligence?” Even artificial intelligence thinks AI is dangerous. 5 Dangers of Artificial Intelligence according to ChatGPT: Specific dangers… Continue reading

Why We Overcomplicate Things

Smart people complicate simplicity. Sincere people overcomplicate life by worrying about everybody’s feelings. Aspirational people overcomplicate work by overachieving insignificance. “Simplicity is a great virtue but it requires hard work to achieve it… Continue reading