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Triple Crown Leadership with Bob Vanourek10/17/14
Did you know there are certain leadership practices that are proven to drive long-term profitability? And were you aware that most of the economic crises of the last 30 years were actually
Disrupt with Human-Centric Leading with Eleni Pallas
Did you know that companies that practice disruptive leadership are quickly gaining a competitive advantage in our current fast-paced, high-tech, global economy?
Empowering Innovation with Jeff DeGraff
Did you know that innovation is the only value proposition with a shelf life? And with the commoditization of most linear processes and technologies, innovation is essential to stay competitive in our volatile, global economy. However, unlike many...
Polarity Management: Identifying and Managing Unsolvable Problems with...
Have you ever pursued a strategy only to get derailed by some unforeseen consequence of that strategy? The underlying cause goes by many names: Paradox, Tensions, Polarity, Yin and Yang, Interdependent Pairs, etc.. Whatever you call it, every action...
Sacred Economics with Charles Eisenstein
Have you ever considered economics to be sacred? It may seem like a stretch–given the common theme that money
Human Capital and Workforce Optimization with Gene Pease
Did you know that a company with an engaged workforce has a higher likelihood of being profitable? This presents an unprecedented opportunity and challenge for managers and HR professionals.
Wholehearted Leadership and Employee Engagement with Kevin Kruse
Did you know that employee satisfaction is a major driver of business success? As complexity increases, our human capital becomes ever more critical to adaptability, innovation, and long term profitability. Tune in and learn how wholehearted...
Holonomics: Developing Authentic Businesses and Sustainable Leadership...
Have you ever viewed your business as a hologram? Or an entity that can be understood, even optimized, as a single system rather than the sum of its parts? Quantum physics and evolutionary biology offer clues into why this may be your best approach....
Overfished Ocean Strategy: Powering Up Innovation for a Resource...
Does your business have a solid strategy for competing in a resource-depleted world? Do you want to successfully navigate our troubled economic seas? The linear throwaway economy of today–where we extract resources, process them, use them barely once,...
Reinventing Organizations with Frederic Laloux
Do you yearn for a more soulful workplace? The way most organizations are managed seems increasingly out of date. Many work environments feel soulless and lifeless. Yet we long for authenticity, community, passion, and purpose. The solution, in part,...
Beyond Expert toward Being-Driven Leadership – with Ross Hostetter
Many professionals have spent substantial amounts of time and money developing and maintaining their expertise, only to observe people not nearly as smart as they are making a lot more money and having a lot more fun; to find themselves in a situation...
Feminine Leadership - with Allison Conte
We are in the midst of a shift in human society from modernism to post-modernism, which tends to be more inclusive, more caring and more holistic – some would say, more Feminine. In organizations, this shift shows up as trends toward sustainability,...
Making the Very Complex… Awesomely Simple – with John Spence
Are you overwhelmed by complexity? Tired of adapting to constant change? The secret to success in our complex, high tech, global economy is embedded in the fundamental business strategies of the world's most successful companies and organizations…...
10 Ways to Lead Your Team to Greatness – with Barbara Corcoran
Entrepreneurs, business managers and salespeople alike benefit from lessons in how to get people moving on the path to greatness. Barbara Corcoran, who built The Corcoran Group, New York’s largest real estate company, is an expert in the art of...
The Collaboration Economy - with Eric Lowitt
To secure our future, we need a new economic model. No longer can capitalism ignore the environmental and social impacts of business activities. Nor can the public sector be allowed to prioritize the interests of the few at the expense of the many....
Strength Through Diversity - Our Immigrant Heritage – with Dr. Paul Hsu
Are you aware that the most successful corporations are often the most diverse? And that one of the richest sources of diversity is our cultural diversity? Complex systems, like companies, communities, even countries, grow stronger and more resilient...
7 Steps for Hiring Super-Performers – with Henri Schauffler
Have you hired the "perfect" person for a position, only to have them fail miserably after onboarding and training? Are you hiring based on "experienced" resumes, then being deeply disappointed over the long term? Do you find that, as good as your HR...
Collaborative Leadership - with Ken Beller
Ever wonder why the old style of ‘command and control’ leadership is no longer effective? It served us well when our economy was simple and workers were expendable. But in today’s highly complex, global economy, our employees are arguably our most...
Marketing with Archetypes – with Dr. G. Clotaire Rapaille
Want to know what drives someone to buy from you? Want to understand your customers’ attitudes, motivations, and unspoken needs? Discovering their archetype brings into awareness the unconscious dimension of a product, project, service, concept or...
Buddhism and Modern Capitalism – with Michael Carroll
Max Weber credited the Protestant ethic with giving rise to capitalism. Now it sometimes seems as if it is the Buddhist ethic that is keeping capitalism going. – The Economist, 11.16.13. Just 5 years ago, who could have imagined that The Economist...
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