Critical Decisions

Pruning Shears and Leadership Courage

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Pruning Shears and Leadership Courage

Rather than constantly looking for and adding new products and services, smart leaders eliminate what is nonessential and focus attention on what is most valuable to their organizations and teams.

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Optimistic Perceptions: Are They a Problem?

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Optimistic Perceptions: Are They a Problem?

If you have a major initiative or project, it’s a good bet that there is unanticipated work beneath the surface that will add substantially to the schedule and resources it will take. If your team is stretched at the beginning of a new project, it will most likely become worse as things progress. Click below for more information on setting and acting on strategic priorities.

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Leadership on the Edge…Courage to Fail?

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Leadership on the Edge…Courage to Fail?

Without the courage to take risks, few would achieve high levels of success. While most executives believe that risk-taking is good, they often communicate that failure is bad. This dichotomy confuses employees. Click below for more thoughts on this.

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