Posts Tagged: leaders

Organizational Culture – What it is and how you might assess it

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“Culture eats strategy for lunch.” – Peter Drucker Organizational culture is a term that widely receives attention, yet one that may not be completely understood by many. This blog addresses the much talked about idea of culture and explains what culture is to organizations. It will help you start to think about your organization’s culture,… Read more »

The Competencies Global Leaders Need To Succeed

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The world has become flat again. Most of the organizations today have a global connection, even if they are not a “global” company. This means that leaders need to adapt to a different mindset and a way of leading that comes from the more traditional approach. Of course, the standard competencies hold… but here is… Read more »

Teaching Leaders What to Stop – A Guest Blog by Marshall Goldsmith

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Marshall Goldsmith’s thought-provoking insights on leadership are highly regarded globally, earning him a title as one of the top ten Most-Influential Business Thinkers in the World.  While leaders work on what they need to do more of, what they need to do less of has the tendency to go unaddressed, and thus can hinder their performance and… Read more »

Top Ten Skills Future Leaders Will Need to Master – A Guest Blog by Estelle Métayer

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It’s no secret that in today’s developing world we must confront new realities. Technology is advancing at epic speeds, allowing us to circulate information faster than ever. In turn, the economic landscape is changing, the way we communicate is transforming, and the way we do business needs to keep up with the pace. By outlining ten specific… Read more »