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SEPTEMBER 22, 2011 [Company, Diversity] 5 Leadership Lessons: Good Strategy, Bad Strategy
Cue the Chariots of Fire soundtrack, roll the reel of the good-looking diverse people of the company, and unleash the balloons. Richard Rumelt has written an insightful book on developing the ability to identify and develop good strategy. We’ve all been there. The big conference room as the lights dim and the Power Point slides begin.
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DECEMBER 13, 2011 [Company, Diversity] 7 Keys to Managing Willful Blindness
Diversity, in this context, isn’t a form of political correctness but an insurance against the internally generated blindness that leaves [our Congress, corporate boards, think tanks and churches] exposed and out of touch.” We can’t escape willful blindness. Sometimes we do have the courage to see. Our brain likes the familiar. Go home.
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AUGUST 8, 2011 [Company, Diversity] Common Purpose Leadership
He set this as the measure of success for the company. In order to underscore this goal, Bethune decided to send every employee a check every time the company was first in on-time arrival. With such a diverse clientele, employees cannot simply operate by choosing from a limited number of preselected solutions to guest requests.
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LEADING BLOG [Company, Diversity] Who’s the Real Leader in Your Office?
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In particular, he needed a strong sense of empathy to deal with an outraged public and a diverse
set of competing constituents. Just six months after filling a key position, the company
had to terminate its new hire and start a search all over again. How often have you wondered who the real leader is in your office? They don’t. MORE >>
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