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Leadership: The Next Generation

December 17, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

As time passes, the reins of leadership are handed from generation to generation. Sometimes the transition is seamless. Sometimes the new leader takes the reins like a bungling Ben-Hur whiplashing their company into an economic emergency room. Even worse, sometimes the reins are dropped altogether and the company careens into the barrow pit of bankruptcy.

4 Ways to Test Your Leadership Honesty Quotient

August 3, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

Are you honest? In these days of misspeak and political correctness the maxim that honesty is the best policy can seem as impractical and archaic as Sanskrit. Most of us tell “white lies” to negotiate the minefields of human interaction. Leaders have struggled with truth since the dawn of time.

Skimping On Sleep Is Popular For Executives; But Is It A Healthy Habit?

June 4, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

Baggy blood shot eyes and gut-punched circadian rhythms are a badge of honor for some high-achieving executives. Thankfully coffee and speed drinks stiff-arm their devolution into a zombie. Unfortunately many world executives get little sleep, less than six hours a night and their bodies are paying the price.

Optimize Transformation: Achieving High Performing Employees

April 29, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

In the Transformer cartoon series the autobots achieve victory by transforming from their current state into something capable of defeating their enemy.  Successful businesses do the same thing. So do successful sports teams. Good coaches understand that dusting off last year’s playbook won’t cut it. The team must transform itself every game to win.  Good leaders