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Leaders need to assume responsibility for making change happen— both in themselves and in the people around them.
To build trust and generate spark, you need to multiply the patterns of communication throughout the organization.
To achieve a leadership culture, the power of systems thinking needs to spread throughout the organization.
Effective leaders understand the connection between work and happiness—and create workplaces in which people are encouraged to innovate an..
In a time of accelerating change, people need to learn quickly and adapt quickly. It’s the leader’s job to put the necessary systems in place to do that.
Leaders need to display four personal qualities to build high levels of trust among the people around them.
Decisions are the day-to-day inputs and outputs of an organization. To build trust, leaders must build systems that result in good…
To understand the difference between a great company and a mediocre one, take a look at its people. Do they know their roles?
It is not good enough to communicate a vague sense of direction—to talk, for example, about being the world leader in your industry. People want a more…
The first quantum shift for leaders to make in their thinking is to recognize the importance of aligning everyone around the company’s core values.