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19 07, 2017

One Of The Hardest Leadership Lessons To Get

By |July 19th, 2017|

A flight attendant’s job might look simple but I’m sure that it is not. Take, for example, the safety procedures. Each flight the same routine. Listening to a tape the flight attendants show what you need to do in a water landing – or more accurately, a crash. One procedure that reminds me of leadership […]

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16 07, 2017

Warning: You Don’t Do This Enough.

By |July 16th, 2017|

Pauses are essential.
“When things begin accelerating wildly out of control, sometimes patience is the only answer. Press pause.”

Douglas Rushkoff
But pauses are also healthy from a leadership perspective when things are in control. The problem is that you and I are not so good at taking pauses.

Why’s that?

The main reason is that we’re addicted to Done-Gone […]

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12 07, 2017

How To Implement Change. A Few Important Steps.

By |July 12th, 2017|

You have done the groundwork. You have a clear vision.

Now what?

What you don’t want, is having the implementation of the vision only on your own shoulders. Of course you will lead by example and communicate your vision over and over again but in the enrollment phase you create enthusiasm for the vision and get others […]

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5 07, 2017

How To Address Ethical Leadership Dilemmas

By |July 5th, 2017|

I can’t resist.

Every time I’m in the fitness club I have to look. No, not at those people who do hundred push-ups at the same crazy pace that I can eat chocolate. No, it is something different.

My fitness club has a book-exchange area. As I book nut I can’t resist having a look. It’s not […]