Category Archives: Leadership Culture

Will Happy Leaders Excite Chipotle’s Success?*

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Organize Your Leader Development: Capture Your Strategic Talent

If you want some serious insights into leader development, this article is for you. Authorities Beverly A. Dugan and Patrick Gavan O’Shea, both of Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO), explain: The connection between development design and a company mission and strategy. How … Continue reading

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Leadership Wizardry Begins with Structure

Too often leaders want sustained growth, as well as performance improvement, but do not realize the best starting point is to (re)design their structure of leadership. Leadership structure refers to those organizational arrangements which can unify or defeat how leaders perform, … Continue reading

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Shutdown or Reset: What Will Inoculate the VA Hospital Project Against Scope Creep?

About a week ago, I began this case study on scope creep. But the developments in this case are moving faster than I expected. On December 9, 2014, much to my surprise, news reports announced a third-party U.S. Civilian Board … Continue reading

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Inbound vs. Exiting Women CEO’s

Are there enough inbound women leaders to replace those who are leaving? Where do most of them come from, inside or outside their organizations? This great infographic is a must see for board  members interested in leader development and setting … Continue reading

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Some Leaders Cannot Admit Their Blind Spots

“If you were blind, you would have no [error]; but since you say, ‘We see,’ your [error] remains.”  John 9:41, New American Standard  When do leaders cause the most damage to their organizations and to those who trust them?  When these … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial Women Leaders Start Organization Lasting 15 Years

We were very happy when Christine Daspro, VP of The Leaders Investment (TLI), Denver, Colorado, spoke to our monthly entrepreneurs’ group. We listened intently to her story. She explained the fifteen-year history and current services of TLI, the new brand of … Continue reading

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