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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.

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

April 1, 2014 | by Terri Wallin
Posted in Blog

[(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
Posted in Blog

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

If Something Goes Wrong, Fire the Leader? …Maybe Not

November 1, 2013 | by Terri Wallin
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Firing the leader seems to be a common solution when something in an organization fails. Our human tendency is to hunt for someone to blame. Yet ironically most organizational failures, while there can be a significant leadership contribution, are not the result of one person’s incompetence, but are usually due to system issues. However, for