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11 Ways to Turn Around Your Executive Team, Today

Teams get off course. It happens. Even with good people and the best intentions. Sometimes a new CEO comes in and needs to turn things around to boost profitability; sometimes a C-level executive needs to change the product mix or the team can’t get its head and heart around the new approach; and sometimes the team (for an unknown reason) is simply not as productive as they could be and needs to improve results. In these and many other cases like them, it is not so complicated.

Whether it is a pharma company, a software company, or any other… Read the full article >

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Leading Millennials: What My Grandpa Taught Mark Zuckerberg

What’s old is new again in recruitment, development, and retention, especially for millennials.

My Grandpa’s Story

My Grandpa succeeded in business in 1917 the same way workers succeed at Facebook today in 2017.

Millennials are old fashioned; they want what our grandparents wanted, like this garment worker.

Garment worker cutting fabric (International Ladies Garment Workers Union Photographs (1885-1985))

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I Am Mordechai

Most people have no idea who Mordechai was. Yet, if you are in a leadership position, or a consultant to leaders, he is your professional ancestor. He facilitated important organizational change in 600 BC, improved and saved lives, enabled a significant promotion of someone, and was instrumental in the firing of a corrupt senior leader. His story reads like an overly dramatic version of my work life, and probably yours.

Mordechai is a character in the biblical story of Purim. Purim is a Jewish holiday this weekend that celebrates the success of Esther and Mordechai. I am not a Rabbi,… Read the full article >

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14 Ways Great Leaders Show Their Love

Love is as important in the executive suite as in the bedroom suite. Love simply means having deep affection. It means caring. Why wouldn’t you have deep affection for people you spend most of your waking hours with, who share with you the challenge and joys of overcoming obstacles, and whose success means your success? More to the point of leadership – if you, the leader, doesn’t care about the team, why should the team care about you, your goals and your priorities?

So how do you show you care, you really care, and do it in the business… Read the full article >

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How to Apply Tom Brady’s Emotional Leadership to Your Team

Tom Brady played every play in Super Bowl LI like the previous. With calm confidence. It didn’t matter what the score was. It didn’t matter if they were down 21–3 at halftime or moving towards a tie at 28–20 in the 4th quarter. There was the same emotional tenor all the time. In the huddles and on the field. They were playing the game, play by play. No upset, no excitement. Just playing the game. This was not an accident. This was by design. This is the design of Tom Brady, whose emotional leadership created a team ready to… Read the full article >

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