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Better Meetings Today

& Accountability, Leadership, Measurement.

In 2012, London Business School and Harvard Business School teamed up to study the “span of activity” of several CEOs.[1] This is academic speak for the question, “what do business leaders do all day?” Their findings concluded that CEOs spend 1/3 of their time in meetings. No shocker there. Communication is the cornerstone of any business’s operating… Read more »

4 Steps to Implement Values

& Accountability, Leadership.

Part of your strategic planning process is to develop (and confirm) your company’s values statements. But after you do that, what’s next? Surely you can do more than paint them on the wall where people will ignore them until they become just part of the wallpaper. As with everything in business, the ideas are helpful,… Read more »

Does Your Company Have Broken Windows?

& Accountability, Leadership.

Malcolm Gladwell’s Tipping Point popularized the “Broken Windows Theory” with a story about New York City in the 1990s. Crime was rampant, but the police force did not have the budget or other resources they felt necessary to address the problem. Parts of the city looked like war zones, bombed and burned out, and New… Read more »

Five Habits of Strong Leaders

& Accountability, Leadership.

The correlation between the performance of an organization and its leadership is obvious when you compare only a few companies. And if they are in the middle of a change initiative, leadership becomes an even more important factor. The companies that we’ve seen enjoying the highest returns are those with a leadership team that exhibits five… Read more »