Whether due to ineptitude, slothfulness, fear, or willful neglect, many leaders go missing at critical junctures.
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This is a repost from 2014. There is now a sequel, Diving In. P.S. These are NOT my feet!;) Several years ago I realized that
Next to abusiveness, micromanaging is a top morale crusher Dahlia oversees the information systems department of a mid-sized IT consulting firm. She has been on the
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Reverse engineering is taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object. – WhatIs.com Reverse engineering our disasters
Scenario: You wind up in the COO’s office for the umpteenth time for “the talk”. You are once again upbraided for your reactiveness at a
We’ve all been at the meetings when the participants take their stereotypical roles: the constant text-messager or gadget-meister; the one who invariably takes the topic
Let me begin this chapter by saying that if you are a fraud, a high school dropout masquerading as a doctor or the CEO of
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The best thing a courageous leader can do is to learn to have genuine, “fierce” conversations that change things.