High impact organizations intentionally create cultures of courage. These elite organizations are unafraid of employees who think boldly. In fact, they thrive on a workforce that is unafraid to speak up and question norms. Organizations that can create a culture of courage are the innovators. In contrast, mediocre organizations, rely on a select few to…
Category: Innovations in Leadership
The Leadership System: Definition
The leadership system is defined as a systematic understanding of leadership that comprehensively designs how key organizational resources interact to achieve a desirable purpose.
People Development: Six Steps to Extraordinary Employees
People development is the life force of high-impact organizations. Therefore, developing people must be intentional and strategic. It must be a central theme for every leader. In this article, I will argue people development includes both professional and personal attributes. For when the individual employee becomes stronger, more self-confident, and empowered, both the individual and…
Workforce Engagement Strategies of High Impact Teams
Six Employee Engagement Strategies Of High-Impact Organizations Two broad assumptions form the foundation for modern workforce engagement strategies. First, workforce engagement is the responsibility of every employee. it is the responsibility of the employee to arrive at work excited to give their best. If they don’t, remediation is required. The second assumption is that workforce…
Six Leadership Principles and Values Critical for Millennials
Leadership that was Fine for Boomers, Will Not Work for Millennials Millennials are profoundly changing the landscape of work. According to reports published by Gallup, Fidelity, and the U.S. Government, millennials approach work and life differently. For example, What this Means for Leaders in Business – Might No Longer Means Right These differences hold profound…
The Employee Experience – 9 Steps to Radical Employee Transformation
Forward thinking organizations are realizing that a great customer experience is dependent upon a great workforce experience. But who is responsible?
Five Strategies to Create Human Centric Leadership
It is time to think about love in the same breath with leadership. It is word we don’t use too often, especially in a fast passed technology driven, competitive market. Yet when leaders of world class organizations speak of love, it is time we start paying attention.
Value in Values In Organizations of Excellence
Private organizations have much they could learn from the military. Everyday, the armed forces take ordinary young men and women and turn them into leaders. It is a routine and we can all learn much by their process and example.
The Employee Experience is a Matter of Strategy
Forward thinking companies are beginning to think about the employee experience. After all, it is the employees that create the customer experience, right?
Keystone Habits of Elite Organizations
They are to so simple; we overlook them. In our technical sophistication, we often ignore the simple routines that make for elite level performance. Yet we are all creatures of habits and routines. Charles Duhigg, in his book The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business discovered the power…