Creating A Culture Of Accountability

The blogs in this category are related to the following critical leadership competencies:

  1. Thinking beyond one's self to be accountable for your role's contribution, the customer's experience, your team's success, business success and organizational success.
  2. Making "personal accountability for the success of the whole" the cornerstone value for the leadership and culture in a business.
  3. Developing one’s self and others to be more intentional, self-aware and authentic.
  4. Executing breakthrough experiences for oneself and others.
  5. Building collaborative relationships based on mutual respect and value.
  6. Creating and restoring trust through giving and receiving feedback.
  7. Maintaining an open, positive and energizing atmosphere.

     

Think Differently About Conflict

There is much ado about conflict in organizations: books, articles, consultants, a crowded field of best practices, the box of tissues in the HR office. Here I’ll focus on just one aspect – the desire for certainty.

First, a quick assessment. As Bob Johansen from Institute For The Future wisely quips: no organization exists without conflict.

Every Business Leader And Team Needs A Powerful Shared Narrative

We recently gave a presentation at LabCentral, a leading biopharma incubator in Cambridge, MA.  

When evaluating the landscape for VC funding of innovative startups in biopharma, the state of Massachusetts (without LabCentral) ranked first in 2016. California, with their biopharma clusters in San Diego and San Francisco, ranked second. LabCentral -- one building in Kendall Square, Cambridge -- ranked third.

Fixing The Missing Link To Your Customers: How To Create An Operational Purpose Statement [video]

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This is the fourth instructional video in the Anatomy of Purpose Video series. It shows you how to create an operational purpose statement.

An operational purpose statement?

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