Category Archives: Organizational Change

Companies Squander Valuable Leadership Talent
25 Apr

Companies Squander Valuable Leadership Talent

If you aren’t willing to invest where you have the greatest potential for robust ROI, namely in your human capital, it’s like raising a child with tons of potential and fantastic DNA, and then not sending them to school. The money saved on textbooks and tuition may have sounded like a good idea at the […]

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Do You Deploy These Leadership Solutions to Today’s Business Challenges
04 Apr

Do You Deploy These Leadership Solutions to Today’s Business Challenges

The defining moment when the best leaders step forward is when business conditions are extremely challenging. It takes an effective, creative leader to look at their business initiatives with an entirely different lens and inspire others to adopt their new vision. One of my areas of expertise – due to years of leadership experience under […]

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Mergers & Acquisitions are Your Opportunity to Thrive
24 Jan

Mergers & Acquisitions are Your Opportunity to Thrive

During all of those rather chaotic mergers and acquisitions, I was busy managing large teams of executives and other employees. Every time we completed one merger and blending of stores, it seemed that another merger process was starting up on the horizon. Experiencing that kind of repeated challenge while still achieving outstanding top and bottom-line […]

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Is Your Leadership Ready to Succeed vs. New Challenges?
10 Nov

Is Your Leadership Ready to Succeed vs. New Challenges?

The only constant in the universe is change, but the good news is that such changes are also the evidence of real progress, innovation, and measurable achievement and growth. For those of us in the corporate environment, the organizational change can happen due to a reorganization, merger, acquisition or a reworking of senior leadership in […]

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10 Feb

Solution-Based Communications

Leaders who communicate in such a way that they talk without providing real solutions run the risk of alienating their teams and getting an unwanted reputation as a speaker who is a great natural cure for insomnia. Don’t be one of those leaders who puts people to sleep. Instead, wake them up by offering tangible, applicable […]

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Leadership Performance in Tough Times: Earn a promotion despite layoffs or budget cut
18 May

Leadership Performance in Tough Times: Earn a promotion despite layoffs or budget cut

Just a few years back businesses were booming and profits were high. Companies kept adding higher levels of management and new leadership positions to their organizational hierarchies. Every time you turned around there was a new internal memo announcing a long list of recently promoted people. Oftentimes promotions were awarded in order to fill newly […]

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