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Leadership: The Next Generation

December 17, 2015 | by Terri Wallin
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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.

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

Transformational Leaders Overcome a Traditional Employee Survival Technique!

December 4, 2013 | by Terri Wallin
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In 1986 the second of a series of movies, “Aliens”, was released with Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn as main characters. Carrie played the role of a child who survived in the space station after her family had been killed by aliens. She survived because she lived and crawled through the vent system. Watching employee

Walking the Talk – Can Executives Succeed Without It?

July 17, 2013 | by Terri Wallin
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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