Monthly Archives: February 2014

Leaders Make Values Visible

The corporate credo. Companies have wasted millions of dollars and countless hours of employees’ time agonizing over the wording of statements that are inscribed on plaques and hung on walls. There is a clear assumption that people’s behavior will change … Continue reading

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Is It Worth It

Reflections for Leaders during a War by Marshall Goldsmith In many ways war can be seen as a metaphor for much of what happens in daily business life. In fact, ten different versions of The Art of War by Sun Tzu … Continue reading

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Making a Resolution that Matters

To make resolutions that matter, don’t look forward. Look back. by Marshall Goldsmith It is February – half of all New Year’s resolutions have already been broken. It is probably a good time to revisit your goals and think about what … Continue reading

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If They Understand, They Will Do

Our greatest challenge as leaders is not understanding the practice of leadership; it is 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 … Continue reading

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