A Non-Profit Board’s AHA Moment

Lead Change Blog

Today we are pleased to share a post from Lisa Kosak of Green Thumb Leadership. Trust me; our leadership was in name only. Mark’s parable about a leadership journey was very relevant. A non-profit board that I serve on is rebranding, and we are facing a leadership deficit.

Talent Pool Development and Mentor Training Process

Mike Cardus

Developing a purposeful path for increased work accountability and authority of the employees identified as High Potential will develop an internal culture of continuous improvement.

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How to Finally Kill the Useless, Recurring Meeting

Harvard Business Review

In order to change this meeting culture, the company’s leadership first and foremost acknowledged the problem and communicated to employees that they were committed to fixing it. Internal benchmarks. We’ve all been part of a bloated weekly meeting.