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

February 4, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

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.

Changing Confrontations to Conversations

January 14, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

Confrontations are as natural as the flu and just as pleasant. Leaders deal with them the same way. Some leaders pretend an issue is nonexistent and wonder why their organization is weak and febrile. Some procrastinate about solving an issue and are incredulous when their immune system (a.k.a. company) goes awry. Some leaders court confrontation

Walking the Talk – Can Executives Succeed Without It?

July 17, 2013 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

Is seems trite and perhaps overused to use the phrase “walking the talk”, but truly, this phrase stands the test of time for an executive in terms of building trust with a team. As leaders we live in glass houses and people watch everything we do. If we are not congruent with what we say and