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Are You an Effective Leader?

February 11, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
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There isn’t a leader that at some level of insight, hasn’t asked him/herself that exact question. How do you know if you are an effective leader? There is a vast smorgasbord of leadership styles out there. Is the right leadership style idiosyncratic? If not, how do you find the right one? To a large degree,

Executive Decisions: Using the “What” and “How” Method to Lead

February 4, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
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Making decisions can be a vexing experience. It seems that no matter the enterprise, decisions ignite conflict, argument, and hurt feelings. But often it is not what the decision is but how it is executed that causes problems.

7 Steps to Achieve a Transparent Culture

November 12, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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Transparency is in vogue now. Dangled as the cunning bait to win over skeptical consumers or cynical voters, transparency promises to vanquish back room chicanery, dispel fear and expunge the value of lying. Savvy organizations scheme to make transparency part of their game plan for transparency is the cornerstone of trust. If transparency is the

Altered States: Why to Change Your Organizational Culture and How

November 5, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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Peter Senge, called the “Strategist of the Century” by the Journal of Business Strategy, popularized the concept of the learning organization nearly a decade ago. One of its core tenets was that organizational entities are governed by the same laws of natural selection as biological ones. Like it or not, adapt or perish is the