Sparking Outside-In Thinking in the Spirit of Healthy Accountability  
Good Leadership Enterprises
by Paul Batz
22h ago
A CEO of a leading physician-led firm said to me, “We only get along when our swords are pointed out.”   What does that mean? It means that the business of healthcare is a daily battle. And highly independent, powerful people only get along when their swords are turned toward the marketplace, not at one another. When the swords are “pointed out” they have each other’s backs and are willing to fight for what they believe in. This is what we mean by “outside-in” thinking. The team isn’t functional when they are pointing their swords at each other, that’s “inside-out” thinking.   The ou ..read more
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The Importance of Intentionality During Crises with Reckitt 
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by Paul Batz
1w ago
In this week’s episode of the Good Leadership Podcast, I had a stimulating conversation with Amy Cook, Global Talent Director at Reckitt, who is also an integral member of the Accountability Research Project Steering Team. The full episode can be found here. Originally from South Africa, Amy has spent about 20 years in the United States and can currently be found at Reckitt, a global organization well-known for staple brands like Lysol and Airborne.  An Important Shift in Thinking Understanding that accountability can no longer be seen as a fear-based concept, but rather as an ..read more
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What 3 Things Need to be True for You to Feel Fully Accountable in Your Work? 
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by Kevin Sensenig
2w ago
The Accountability Research Project is making significant strides, and I am excited to share some early insights with you. The team at Good Leadership has been busy conducting in-depth interviews across 30+ diverse organizations, with additional organizations joining daily, to capture the perspective on what truly drives healthy accountability in the workplace. These qualitative interviews are important for research, crafted by the Good Leadership Team with invaluable input from the project’s steering team. A question garnering interesting responses is: What 3 things need to be true for y ..read more
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Blending Our Personal and Professional Lives this Fourth of July 
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by Paul Batz
3w ago
As the Fourth of July approaches, it’s the perfect time to pause and enjoy moments with friends and family. This holiday, the Good Leadership Team and many of our clients will be doing just that. It’s also an opportunity to explore how we can blend our work and personal lives using the Seven Fs Wheel. Let’s dive into how we can make the most of this holiday and create a fulfilling blend of all areas of our lives.  The Importance of Taking Time Off My mentors taught me I have to take time off to stay fresh and to keep a proper perspective about life, work, and my sense of direction. And, I ..read more
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How Irish Titan Champions Healthy Accountability Through Their Culture
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by Paul Batz
1M ago
In this week’s episode of the Good Leadership Podcast, I’m thrilled to have interviewed Darin Lynch, CEO of Irish Titan and vital member of the Accountability Research Project steering team. You can listen to our full insightful discussion here.    One of the reasons we wanted to interview Darin is because he invests himself emotionally and intellectually in everything he does. Irish Titan is a Minneapolis company that builds and grows ecommerce channels, with a foundational principle: “Business First, Online Second.”℠ Darin founded Irish Titan nearly 20 years ago and has been ..read more
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Secure Your Spot at the Good Leadership Conference
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by Paul Batz
1M ago
You will only find two Good Leadership Breakfasts on the calendar this fall – because something exciting is in store: The Good Leadership Conference.   On Friday, November 22, The Good Leadership Conference will punctuate the year-long Accountability Research Project spearheaded by Good Leadership and a Steering Team of organizations from across the country.   Attendees will participate in a world-class experience, including interactive audience response research, panel discussions, and workshops with new healthy accountability tools. And, of course it’s Good Leadership, so you ..read more
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The Key to Creating Consistency in Your Organization
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by Kevin Sensenig
1M ago
We’re entering a new age where managers are once again celebrated as catalysts for high-performing organizations.   On the newest episode of the Good Leadership Podcast, Paul Batz and I discuss how “managers” have been overlooked in business vernacular for decades, lost in the shadow of the leadership movement. Today, with the shift toward highly collaborative hybrid workplaces, organizations are rediscovering the importance of manager consistency in building culture and creating healthy accountability. Listen to the full episode here.  Learning Through Research The theme of the ..read more
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Unlocking Potential with the Aspirational Framework: Insights from the Coaches Lunch
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by Erin Wilken
1M ago
Recently, Good Leadership hosted a Coaches Lunch at the Minneapolis office, where we got the chance to share an incredible environment of knowledge and collaboration. Bringing together the community of coaches with years of experience, who are dedicated to the work they do, is always a highlight for the Good Leadership Team.   The Power of the Aspirational Framework  At this lunch, the discussion centered around a tool that’s essential for Good Leadership coaching: The Aspirational Framework. This tool is an anchor in our approach, distinguishing coaching from other firms. Coach ..read more
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From Passion to Leadership with Kristine Fortman
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by Paul Batz
2M ago
Last Thursday, nearly 300 leaders gathered for the 109th Good Leadership Breakfast. The room was charged with a buzzing energy to celebrate the final episode of the spring series, Celebrating the Magic of Managers. The featured speaker was the inspiring Kristine Fortman, CEO of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation (MHIF).  Kristine shared captivating stories from her leadership path – tales of strong, supportive nuns at St. Ben’s who emphasized the importance of women empowering each other, her aspirations to follow in her father’s footsteps as a professor at the University of ..read more
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Insights on Psychological Safety and Accountability from Two New Podcast Episodes
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by Paul Batz
2M ago
No doubt, you know about our fascination this year for discovering the secrets to healthy accountability. This month, The Good Leadership Podcast recorded two episodes that focus on psychological safety and healthy accountability – two important and related themes. Psychological Safety Episode This episode was inspired by an article from the NeuroLeadership Institute titled “Psychological Safety and Accountability: Insights from NLI’s Conversation with Amy Edmondson” that was passed along to Kevin and myself by one of the fellow Good Leadership coaches, Nancy Weidenfeller. The ..read more
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