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The One Thing That Makes the Difference between Success and Failure

Through her work as a psychologist at Stanford University, Carol Dweck has been able to identify the one thing that makes the difference between success and failure. In her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, she says there are two mindsets you can have in this world, and the one you choose will make… Continue Reading

Tribal Leadership Insight: The Principles of Effective Triads

John King and Dave Logan concluded after a ten year, 24,000-person study, that 75% of our corporate cultures are ineffective. (Published as Tribal Leadership 2008) The good news is that it doesn't have to be that way. One of the great insights of their research was that the 24% of organizations that were effective had… Continue Reading

Book Summary: Great by Choice by Jim Collins

Jim Collins is a legend in the business world, and for good reason. His latest book - Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck--Why Some Thrive Despite Them All - takes a look at some remarkable companies who were able to outperform their industry index by over 10 times over a lengthy span of time. Do… Continue Reading

How to Manage Your Sales Force & Get Superior Results

Ask any Vistage member "Who has been among the best speakers you've heard on increasing sales and profit margins?" and the name Jack Daly is always on every Vistage CEO's list. Jack has made over 500 presentations to the CEOs of our Vistage CEO Groups and has been a successful CEO in his own right. … Continue Reading

10 Great Ways to Find Great Ideas, FAST

[/caption] The most lucrative ideas are found, not created. Finding your next big thing is a lot more like "Finding Waldo" than you think. The ideas are out there waiting to be discovered – for those who are looking. This becomes especially true when you are in a world and marketplace that is changing as… Continue Reading

A Tribal Leaders Guide to Upgrade Your Company Culture

Just as birds flock and fish school, people tribe. A tribe is a naturally forming group of 20 to 150 people. Smaller companies can be a single tribe. In larger organizations, there can be many tribes; for instance, it is easy to spot the cultural difference between sales and engineering departments. Tribes also operate at… Continue Reading

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