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- Inside Networking: How and Why to Build a Network Inside Your Organization
- Diversity in Counsel … Unity in Command
- Play Hard. Play Fair. Nobody Hurt. Simple rules for great meetings and teams
- Mentors are everywhere, you just need to know what to look for
- Have we been looking at ‘cultural fit’ all wrong?
- Continuous Improvement – It’s For More Than Just Processes
- What is Culture Anyway?
- Are You High Potential?
- How To Create A Stronger LinkedIn Profile
- Why You Should Keep Your LinkedIn Profile Up To Date
- How To Take Stock And Plan For A Breakout Quarter
- Examining the myth: Do extraverts make better networkers?
- Lessons from the Roller Rink
- The Evolution of a (Hiring) Decision
- A Quick Guide to Informational Interviews
- 5 Questions To Ask Your Boss
- Do your employees dread Monday mornings? How to get your team to look forward to the work week.
- Where Do You Think? The Surprising Difference Between Introverts & Extroverts
- Got a Job Offer? Your Start Date May Be Earlier Than You Think
- Good Boss / Bad Boss
- The Difference Between a Coach and a Mentor
- Four Questions For Your Direct Reports
Tag Archives: CohesiveLeadership
In typical entrepreneurial circles — business schools, incubators, venture capital firms — nascent company leaders are relentlessly challenged with two questions:
- What is your idea or product?
- Who is your market?
While these questions are important, they fail to paint the whole picture. No product makes it to market as originally conceived. Further, no company survives for very long with one product. This means that, even during the earliest days of a company’s existence, there is something more fundamental to a startup’s success than the product idea.
For companies that survive, there is a current stirring just below the surface while ideas are becoming products and products are coming to market.
Tim Cook made his annual foray to the boardroom of Goldman Sachs on February 12 to give an Apple “State-of-the-Company” report. In this year’s talk, he made the following comments about his leadership team: Now, in terms of leadership, when …
Over the long term, companies thrive when they are built upon a strong leadership team. A strong leadership team is a prerequisite for product or market decisions. And yet, how are most companies started? In typical entrepreneurial circles — …
Strategic Planning Organizational Development Meeting Facilitation Assessments Group Coaching Team Coaching Team Building Workshops If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any industry, …
Over the long term, companies thrive when they are built upon a strong leadership team I’m conducting an experiment — a project — to start new companies. The hypothesis is that, over the long term, companies thrive when built …