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I read your new book Build an A Team with interest because it’s a natural progression of the work you have been doing with personal disruption and career disruption. In your last two books you showed how disruption applies to individuals and in their careers. Your new book shows how managers can use these ideas […]

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Guest Post by Kevin Eikenberry Organizations around the world are trying to come to grips with the way we work today. How does work get done effectively when people aren’t in the same place at the same time? Telework, even part-time telework, alters team effectiveness in unexpected ways. To prepare leaders for remote work teams, […]

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Often in coaching, managers work on changing their behaviors. But there’s another area you need to pay attention to also – other’s perceptions of you. Or you can end up in a situation where people don’t notice you’ve changed – where you’ve become a butterfly, but others still see a caterpillar. For example, David had […]

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Guest Post by Hank van der Merwe With all the models and frameworks out there I sometimes wonder if we have taken the simplicity out of leadership. We seem to have a knack of overcomplicating leadership to the point where it seems so complex that it’s out of most peoples reach. Whether it’s about leading […]

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I recently joined the board of directors of a mid-size company that had decided to drop a new business venture in which they had invested heavily. When I asked the board chair what went wrong, he said it was a well-executed project but a flawed idea. We have been told that the best companies are […]

The post A Flawed Idea Well-Executed Does Not Fail Forward appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Please join me for an inspiring and informative conversation as I talk with my friend and colleague Lolly Daskal, author of the bestselling book The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness. During our 20-minute podcast, Lolly talked about: How greatness resides in each of us, and how to fully embrace your greatness. How […]

The post Lolly Daskal Podcast Interview – How to Embrace Your Greatness appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Guest post by Nate Regier Ask anyone about “conflict” and you’ll most likely hear negative descriptions such as: painful, damaging, draining, upsetting, disrespectful, demeaning and relationship-destroying. Most people dread conflict and can’t imagine how they could turn conflict into an energy source because they don’t understand what it really is. Conflict is simply energy – the energy […]

The post How To Turn Conflict into an Energy Source, NOT an Energy Drain appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Expect an acceleration of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2018. According to the latest research by Deloitte, over 1000 corporate and private equity executives report an anticipated increase in both the number of deals and the size of transactions. A number of studies over the past decade have documented the acceleration of M&A activity […]

The post The Case for Culture Integration in Mergers and Acquisitions appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership.

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Vision alone is not enough. Vision requires action. Vision without action is nothing more than a daydream. The key to success is to stay focused on your vision and also to be realistic about your current situation. And that can be a challenge. Here are 7 tips to help you stay the course as you […]

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I had a fascinating discussion with my friend and colleague John Izzo, author of six books including the newly released The Purpose Revolution, on the topic of leadership and purpose in an age of social good. What We Explored John says there is a global, growing cross-generational movement of employees, customers, and investors who want their work […]

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