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28 06, 2017

How To Celebrate Even When Success Is Missing

By |June 28th, 2017|

I am not really in shape to do an Ironman Triathlon. Just the idea of having to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, and run 26.2 miles without a break makes me shiver.

Three years ago I watched a few of the more than 2,500 athletes from 33 different countries participate in an Ironman race. That […]

21 06, 2017

How You Gamble Away Change

By |June 21st, 2017|

The whiteboard was full. Completely full. It was hard to imagine that it had been white before we started the meeting.

In green, blue, and red the five members of the management team had written down their priorities for change:
“ownership, engagement, delegation, meetings, negativity, accountability, vision, trust, pro-activity, communication, team building, long-term planning, commitment, talent management”
It […]

14 06, 2017

How To Lead – When You’re Not In The Mood

By |June 14th, 2017|

Today is one of those days. Maybe you’re not feeling well or you haven’t slept since 2 AM or you’re just in a bad mood. Whatever reason today is a good day to be NOT a leader. Especially not the kind of leader who leads as Peter Drucker described:
Leadership is lifting a person’s vision to […]

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7 06, 2017

How To Avoid That An Employee Is Abusing Their Power?

By |June 7th, 2017|

Power.

Power corrupts sometimes, but not always.

Researchers have found that under certain circumstances power is more likely to corrupt someone. How can you create those circumstances in your organization or team in which power or added authority does not lead to using the resources for their own interest?

Some tips:
1 – Choose wisely.
Power can be perceived in […]