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I thoroughly enjoyed this 20-minute podcast interview with Kevin Cashman, author of six books, including the pioneering book on how to grow the whole person to grow the whole leader, Leadership From the Inside Out. An Overview of What We Explored If we’re doing to talk about leadership, we need to agree on a common […]

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Too much of a good thing brings out its downside. Ever had too much team time? It makes you long for a vacation on a desert island. One of the best portrayals of “too much of a good thing” was in Black Mirror’s Nose Dive (Season 3). In what initially looks like an utopian culture […]

The post Organizational culture polarities hold the key to a healthy culture appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Culture is the social environment of an organization and is determined by the underlying assumptions, values and beliefs that govern how people behave. You might think of culture as atmosphere, and it is, but it’s also more than that. It’s the organization’s personality. Some cultures are fun-loving (Zappos) while others are more staid (Bank of […]

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It’s time to rethink the role of competition. The idea that “it’s a dog-eat-dog world” no longer holds true, and cut-throat competition doesn’t benefit anyone, including yourself. In business, the lines between competitors and customers have become increasingly blurred. Netflix competes with Amazon and at the same time is their customer. Many small and mid-size […]

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If you believe that a leader is supposed to always know what to do and always be right, what do you do something goes wrong? Denying mistakes, avoiding talking about them, or blaming them on others is a surefire way to lose credibility. The good news is that when you make an effective apology, you can […]

The post How to Make an Effective Apology and Increase Trust appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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All relationships depend on a foundation of trust. There is a direct relationship between employee trust and performance. Customer trust is a key factor in decisions on purchases. And in our personal lives, friendships are built on trust and one of the biggest causes of destroyed marriage is lack of trust. We seem to be born […]

The post The 5 Levels of Trust appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Two days ago I published an interview with John Bell, former CEO of Nabob (acquired by Kraft) and recently published novelist, about his radical career change. During that interview I asked John if he would be willing to write a guest post for current leaders about what he had learned from writing a novel that […]

The post 5 Things I Learned Writing a Novel That I Wish I’d Known as a CEO appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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I just started reading John Bell’s new novel The Circumstantial Enemy and am having a hard time putting it down. Fortunately I’m traveling tomorrow and will have time to finish it on the plane. Can’t wait! I know John Bell as a leadership expert. By the age of 47, John had turned a bankrupt company […]

The post From CEO to Novelist: A Case Study of Radical Career Change appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Goals are powerful, especially if you choose only a few. A laundry list is almost impossible to stay focused on. But if you choose two or three realistic, specific goals, and write them down, you are likely to achieve them. But first, make sure you set goals for what matters most. If you’re not clear […]

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My year-end review has become one of my favorite posts to write. I get to take a step back and reflect on the big picture – to identify my post popular blog posts of 2017, look for patterns, and see what I can learn. Here’s what I found: ➤ Over 30,000 views a month ➤ My […]

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