Articles Tagged ‘Patrick Lencioni’

Humble Leaders and Organizational Humility

Humble Leaders and Organizational Humility

Patrick Lencioni

Lying at the heart of the scandals and corporate collapses on the front pages today may be a fundamental misunderstanding of the true nature of leadership. Three great institutions demonstrate the most important ingredient of success.

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Would Someone Please Dissent?

Would Someone Please Dissent?

Jim Woods

When making team decisions, everyone brings unique perspectives to the table, and the resulting disagreement should not be avoided. Generative thinking helps us understand how to leverage these conflicting perspectives for the benefit of the organization.

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More Than a Title

More Than a Title

Ellen Bryson

The words on a business card don’t make someone a leader. What does real leadership look like? The word itself offers an answer and a simple way to remember.

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The Sky is Falling!

The Sky is Falling!

Susan Diehl

It is easy for executive teams to fall into patterns of groupthink. The four disciplines of the PACT model provide a sound decision making process to help business leaders stay focused on making the best possible decision.

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Ready for the Hill

Ready for the Hill

John Anderson

The economic volatility of the last two years is likely to continue for a long time. Going forward, business success will depend on one’s strength in three distinct areas.

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Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution

Creating a Culture of Strategy Execution

Troy Schrock

Strategy execution will only be as strong as the thinking on which it is built, and good strategic thinking thrives in a culture of discipline and purpose. Learn how to implement the basic habits of a healthy culture in this practical how-to guide.

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