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This five part installment of the #leadershipflow blog looks at the origins of the emergence of the #leadershipflow methodology. Part 5: The LeadershipFlow Model"LeadershipFlow is about creating powerful organizations that deliver amazing results on a consistent basis."In the previous ...
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I had a great call with a coachee today. The coachee is a very successful leader who has risen to the top of his organization through hard work and getting things done.He asked me a question, which from his perspective, was grounded in something he cared about, making his organization great. He want ...
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This five part installment of the #leadershipflow blog looks at the origins of the emergence of the #leadershipflow methodology. Part 4: Creating Culture and Expanding Capacity “Your current organizational culture designed perfectly to get the results you are getting. If you ...
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In this ongoing series of conversations with gifted leaders I am exploring #LeadershipFlow in action. What is it? How does it help leaders navigate change and inspire others to reach for more?I couldn't wait to explore #LeadershipFlow with Dalton Jantzen. He is one of those rare, larger-than-life p ...
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     I recently had a conversation with a leader about his lack of “competent" and “engaged" members of his team. In the conversation the leader talked about how he felt he could not trust his “second string” to come through for him. He felt these employees were unmotivated and seemed bor ...
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Did your garbage can make it to the curb on time for pick up? Was your dinner served quickly so you could get to the movie on time? Did one of your key employees complete a task exactly as you wanted? Did date night with your spouse get canceled again? (Wait, do not answer that) If your answer for a ...
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5 Clues Your Team Is Not Actually Present (Even Though You See Them) Recently I had the pleasure of sitting in an organization’s senior management team meeting. What struck me was that this was a meeting in name only; the managers were physically present but were mostly uninvolved in the p ...
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We have all likely been in a situation like this before. We ask, or tell, a subordinate to do something, a task, and in our mind we are crystal clear as to what we want. After some time they report that the task is done. Much to our amazement (or chagrin, or anger, you fill in the emotion) the task ...
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Who is training your team to be leaders? Who is teaching them how to motivate others, to have effective conversations, to create powerful futures for the organization? If I were to ask many leaders this question I’ll bet I would get answers such as:-We have a training department.-We outsource that ...
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We create our futures in language. The simple declaration of “No,” or “Yes,” creates a new future for us every day. I am not talking about the outcome of the yes or no - but that fact of saying either one opens up very different possibilities. From an ontological perspective (ontology, the s ...
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