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These days there’s a lot of focus on organizational culture in terms of its ability to attract and retain employees in today’s shrinking labour market. Naturally, any discussion of an organization’s culture also includes an examination of its values, which serve to articulate what that culture looks like in action. ... Click to continue reading
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If I were to ask you to think of a leader in today’s organizations, I’m sure many of you will think of people who carry titles like CEO, President, Director, Vice-President and so forth. Of course, the simple truth of the matter is one doesn’t need a title to be ... Click to continue reading
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If you’re a regular reader of my leadership blog, one thing you’ll probably notice is how I love to draw inspiration and insight into how we can improve the way we lead from the most unexpected places. And I can’t think of a more unexpected place to find an example ... Click to continue reading
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When it comes to leadership, many of us have developed habits or strategies that have served us well in not only achieving our organization’s goals, but driving future growth and success. But is it possible that at times the conventional wisdom we’ve come to rely on about our leadership might ... Click to continue reading
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The following is a guest piece by Jesse Newton. Our organizations have become complicated messes. In a recent study 74% of respondents rated their organization as complex. Our highly complex organizations prohibit us from proactively focusing on the things that matter most and it has become too easy to get ... Click to continue reading
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Some of you may not know this, but I’ve been writing this blog for over 10 years now, which of course, means that you end up covering a lot of different topics and ideas around leadership. But what it also means is that after a point, you get the urge ... Click to continue reading
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The following is a guest piece by Fred Stuvek. All of us will face some degree of adversity in our life, this is inevitable. You can’t run from it. You can’t hide from it. It will find you. You have to deal with it, embrace it as a learning experience, ... Click to continue reading
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There’s been a number of studies that have illustrated the challenges and obstacles women face that men don’t in trying to move into leadership positions. But are there actions and behaviours women are doing that are also impeding their ability to grow into effective leaders? That’s the focus of the ... Click to continue reading
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The following is a guest piece from McGill Professor (and fellow Montrealer) Henry Mintzberg. Do we need more globalization on this globe? How about more worldliness in this world? In our International Masters Program for Managers, the 10-day worldly mindset is devoted to the social, political, and economic issues around ... Click to continue reading
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These days it seems like we’re seeing more and more high profile leaders being caught taking actions that clearly are meant more to serve themselves and their interests, rather than those they have the responsibility to lead and how they can help their employees, or their citizens, achieve success and ... Click to continue reading
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