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Tag Archives: Leadership
4 Value-Adds When Leading & Facilitating Planning
Client comments tell us lots about what is – and isn’t – valued in planning. Continue reading
Posted in Planning & Strategy, Strategy Tagged Leadership, planning, strategic planning Leave a comment
Getting off the Rope
Is the best way to overcome a challenge the one you’ve taught yourself to avoid? Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Strategy, Team Leadership/Management Tagged Excellence, Leadership 1 Comment
There’s Power in Mistakes
You can tell a lot about a leader – and a company’s culture – by how they respond to mistakes. I appreciate the title of Dan McCarthy’s blog post, “Say Thank-you to Mistakes.” My experience with mistakes is much like … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Team Leadership/Management Tagged Effectiveness, Leadership Leave a comment
Words Matter: From Transactional to Transformative Language
Too easily, we fall into using the wrong words – and it’s costing us business. “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.” –Mark Twain Example: we fall … Continue reading
Posted in Communication Tagged Communication, Impact, Leadership 1 Comment
Who’s Your First Team?
Internal oneupsmanship may have short-term benefits, but long term success comes with seeing the other leaders in the company as your First Team, not your competition. Continue reading
4 Ways for Leaders to Communicate with Honor
Leadership with honor requires communicating with honor. Continue reading
Posted in Leadership Tagged Communication, Harvey Mackay, Leadership Leave a comment
Leadership Learning: Practice, Practice, Practice
Another in TPG’s periodic series of posts on Leadership. Ouch. There are few memories quite so painful – literally – than remembering the squeaks and squawks, bleats and brays endured by the rest of the family while Simon was first … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership Tagged Leadership, leadership theory, leadership training, Sangeeth Varghese 2 Comments
The Decision is Yours
Ever been frozen? No, not the Disney movie. The feeling. Frozen in time, unable to act, unable to move in any direction. Like that terrifying moment when the computer screen goes still and your mouse dances frantically across the mouse … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership Tagged authentic leadership, Decide, decision-making, EOS, frozen, Gino Wickman, IDS, Issues Solving Track, Leadership, leadership theory, Servant Leadership 1 Comment
New World, New Leaders, New Ball Game
Another in a series of Leadership-focused blog posts from TPG Companies, Inc. We see it and know it everywhere: change is the only constant. Leaders are needed, as much or more than ever. Have theories of leadership kept up? According … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership Tagged change, Leadership, leadership theory, leadership training, McKinsey Leave a comment
When I Grow Up I Want to Be a Servant
Another in a series of Leadership-focused blog posts from TPG Companies, Inc. For Robert Greenleaf, leaders are in the business of creating servants. Wait. What was that? Look again at this oft-repeated quote of Greenleaf, the father of the Servant … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership Tagged Jim Collins, Kouzes & Posner, Leadership, Robert Greenleaf, Servant Leadership 1 Comment