Developing the Whole Leader—The Clinic Approach

In a world where our organizations face a chronic shortage of leadership talent to navigate uncertainty and change, it's time to rethink our approach to leadership development. In this article, I suggest an alternative approach, the clinic model for leadership development. Consider this more a "What if?" prompter on finding new ways to address the whole-person and to integrate and sustain development over time.

By | 2018-04-22T11:01:45+00:00 April 22nd, 2018|Emerging Leaders, Leadership, Leadership Caffeine, Strategy|0 Comments

When Slowing Down Helps You Move Faster with Strategy

You’ll rarely meet a CEO or top executive suggesting, “What we need to do is slow down.” This counter-intuitive guidance in a world seemingly spinning faster-and-faster flies in the face of conventional thinking and practice, yet in matters of strategy, slowing down to move faster, is often the recipe for success

How Integrative Thinking Promotes Innovative Problem-Solving

Integrative thinking is the process of using the tension from two conflicting approaches to a problem in pursuit of a new and innovative outcome. Instead of responding to competitive or strategic situations with the same approaches, try these 5 tools to identify new and superior approaches.

It’s Manager and Leader—Developing the Whole Professional

There's no doubt leadership development is important. However, top leaders in successful organizations understand they owe much of their success to great managers who make their firms go and grow. They also understand the connectivity between leader and manager and they focus on developing the whole professional.

By | 2018-03-09T09:58:51+00:00 March 9th, 2018|Art of Managing, Career, Emerging Leaders, Leadership|0 Comments