Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category

Values, Vision, Mission and Purpose – What Changes, and What Stays the Same?

Posted November 4th, 2015

The recent scandal at Volkswagen demonstrates how a lack of values can severely damage or potentially destroy a company. Even a global market leader. Other companies that have collapsed from a lack of values – Enron, WorldCom, Stanford Financial – did so because their values, vision, mission and purpose were not authentic; they were simply… Read More →

The 5 Common Behaviors of Strong Leaders

Posted September 10th, 2015

Leadership is always a hot topic among executive teams at mid-market companies. Everyone looks for strong leadership – Boards, CEOs, VPs, managers and new employees. Some of you are natural born leaders. But for many of us, leadership is something that is learned, developed and practiced. There are many strong leaders that were not “natural”… Read More →

The 12 Essential Skills of a Strong Leader

Posted August 6th, 2015

Strong leadership is critical for building and sustaining a successful organization. I’ve been talking a lot recently about leading with vision, simply because it’s the easiest way to galvanize your people and set the course. But many of you aren’t yet in the position to establish your organization’s vision, and you still want to develop… Read More →

Communicating Your Vision

Posted June 11th, 2015

In my last post I talked about creating a vision for a company. One of the key points of that post was highlighting the difference between being an organization with a vision statement … and becoming a truly visionary organization. It’s a common practice for a mid-market company to create a vision statement that never… Read More →

Creating the Vision for Your Company

Posted May 14th, 2015

It’s been almost 20 years since Jim Collins and Jerry Porras’ story Building Your Company’s Vision appeared in the Harvard Business Review. Two decades later, their work is still extremely relevant to companies worldwide; it’s not a passing management fad. Yet I frequently hear questions and comments of confusion when leaders of midmarket companies talk… Read More →

Page 1 of 212

My focus now is on leaving a positive impact. When I engage a client, I become personally invested – rolling up my sleeves to make sure that I get the results I expect.

Join My Mailing List

Please fill out the simple form below to subscribe to the email list. Your privacy is completely assured and we will not sell or share your information with anyone.