Monthly Archives: October 2012

Failure to Communicate

by Marshall Goldsmith As anyone who regularly checks this space knows, I am a big proponent of good communication in businesses. The quality of information flow within an organization often is a good indicator of the quality of the organization, … Continue reading

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Change for the Better

And then make it permanent. by Marshall Goldsmith MOST OF ANY LEADER’S annoying habits and interpersonal flaws are rooted in information compulsion. Sharing and withholding are two sides of the same tarnished coin. For example, when you insist on adding … Continue reading

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Fallacy of ‘If They Understand, They Will Do’

Our greatest challenge as leaders isn’t understanding the practice of leadership; it’s practicing our understanding of leadership. by Marshall Goldsmith The consistent and ongoing misassumption of almost all leadership development programs is, “If they understand, they will do.” This assumption … Continue reading

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