Category Archives: Thrive on Failure

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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Can Leaders Structure Decisions to Avoid Shakespeare’s Irrevocable Choices?

Chuck Wilcox, a Shakespearean actor and teacher for over 40 years, helps us understand how William Shakespeare’s plays shed light on fatal leader blind spots. Watch his video to understand what is Chuck saying about Shakespeare’s tragic leaders. Irrevocable decisions … Continue reading

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2nd Illogical Belief Dooms Leaders to Not Know When They Are About to Fail

Leaders make many complex decisions. They okay construction plans, structure mergers, and reorganize their operations. They introduce new products, convert to new technology, and choose when to expand into new territories. These choices often call for knowledge beyond what any human has. Still … Continue reading

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2014: Bring Your Spirit to Leadership

First a confession: I failed to make my goals in 2013. Am I a failure? Well, maybe not. According to the principles of lean leadership, finding and owning mistakes is cause for celebration. If my number of mistakes in 2013 … Continue reading

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