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Patient Leaders Prevail

Most leaders agree that the pressures and expectations of business have increased dramatically in the last decade. Results, profits, and value for shareholders often take top priority, and it seems everyone wants everything faster. With technology evolving quickly and...

Create a Standard of Integrity

What is your standard of integrity? It’s an important question to answer when you’re establishing a culture of trust. I wrote about this in my last post Establishing Trust. Leaders are standard-bearers who establish the basic tenets of integrity throughout their...

Establishing Trust

Countless management books, seminars and programs offer insights into how leaders can develop trust within their organizations. Their consistent theme—“It begins with you”—is certainly valid, as leaders must model trust and set an example for their people. Success...

Leading Beyond Your Authority

Are you leading beyond your authority? In today’s complex and dotted-line organizational culture, your job frequently requires buy-in from people outside your direct authority. Influencing people who report to someone else can prove daunting—and an even greater...

In Search of Authentic Leaders

From what I see in most companies, employees at all organizational levels seek meaning and fulfillment at work. And most are willing to work hard for authentic, trustworthy leaders. Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic...

What Blocks Creative Insights?

I've been exploring how leaders and managers can facilitate high performance in people through creative insights. Albert Einstein is reported to have said that if you gave him an hour to solve a problem, he'd use the first 55 minutes to consider if it was the right...

Core Values

We respect the privacy of each individual and we believe in the ability to make personal and behavioral changes without compromising personality, authenticity, or integrity. Our programs are built on a foundation of mutual respect and a deep appreciation for the uniqueness of each human spirit.

Despite the fact that we invest our whole hearts into each program, we understand that our primary responsibility is to usher change. We work hard to transfer knowledge to the people who will ultimately use it.