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Transforming at the Top – from Lonely to Exhilarating

October 21, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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While in graduate school, a professor made a comment referencing the higher you go up on the corporate ladder, the more unlikely it is people will tell you that you have bad breath. Most of us chuckle, but this statement is more of a truth than a joke. It is lonely at the top. Savvy

To the Chief: Transformation Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

August 26, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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Transformation, the art of dramatically altering a current state in your leadership behavior or your organization to a new and fundamentally different one doesn’t have to be difficult. But often it is. Many people don’t embrace change, must less a transformational one, which makes transformation difficult. When approaching a transformation, the executive must be open

The Leader’s Role in the “Transformation Equation™”

April 1, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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[(Envision Relentlessly + Plan Courageously) + Execute Brilliantly] = Success2 The importance of the leader’s role in transformation cannot be understated. In fact transformation begins with the leader. When the leader understands transformation, the organization can transform successfully and continuously. If the leader isn’t willing or able to embrace transformation, the organization will remain status

Humble Leader – Oxymoron or Winning Combination…

March 25, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
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Can you be a leader and possess humility? Hopefully you have already come to the same conclusion as me – “Humble Leader” is a winning combination. Humility is, for many leaders, one of the most difficult traits to master.  There is a certain amount of “ego” necessary to take on leading an organization – leadership