At the higher levels of organizational life, all the leading players are technically skilled. They’re all smart. But being smart is not enough. You must also be leveraging your strengths while being astutely aware of your weaknesses.
The Cohesive Leadership Project
One of the keys to a successful company is a cohesive leadership team: a team that wants to work together, that knows how to work together, that understands how to communicate and collaborate, and is propelled by the power of leveraging each others' strengths.
High Performing Teams
“If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any industry, in any market, against any competition, at any time.” — Patrick Lencioni
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90 Day Acceleration
Starting a new position is charged with uncertainty. Your performance during the first few months in a new role marks the difference between merely surviving and being truly remarkable.
I help leaders discover their way and lead with grace and aplomb. Along the way we work together to create cohesive leadership teams and vibrant organizations. Imagine going to work every day in an organization infused with energy and enthusiasm.
I work with people on leadership development, team building, career strategy, executive presence, getting unstuck, getting promoted, navigating the subtle nuances of large organizations, and figuring out what you should do with your life.
Life is too short for stressful jobs filled with unending days and bottomless inboxes. Help me make the world a better place to work.
Every resume tells a story. Actually, if you do it right, every resume tells four to seven stories, but I’m getting ahead of my self.
Getting hired is first and foremost, a sales job. Selling anything is hard, and selling yourself is the hardest. This is what makes polishing your resume such an art, and interviewing so difficult. Somewhere, somehow you have to convince a handful of people that you are the perfect person for the job. What do you say? How much detail do you include?
We know what doesn’t work: too many details and mind-numbing facts about what you’ve done. Oh sure, you must include some details and facts. Unfortunately, facts alone rarely convince anyone.
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