leadership development

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… Read more

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… Read more

Emotional Intelligence is the Secret to Leadership Success

Research suggests the higher you go in an organization, the more EQ matters. In a study of more than 515 senior global executives, the most successful had the strongest emotional intelligence. (A recent Harvard University study reveals that 90% – 95% of one’s success in leadership positions in organizations is attributed to EQ or EI… Read more

How to Turbo-Charge your Business

In business, you need the right business tools and know-how to be successful. I just watched and listened to The Lean Startup, a visual book summary from fellow Vistage member Steve Cunningham. In a nutshell, businesses need to build, measure, and learn as fast as possible to increase their chances to create a sustainable business… Read more

CEOs, Do You Know How to Motivate the Millennial Generation?

For the first time in human history, there are four generations in the workforce. There are 44 million Traditionalists, 80 million Baby Boomers, 68 million Generation Xers and 72 million Millennials, or Gen Yers. There will be no escaping the demographic reality that in the very near future: 80 million retiring Baby Boomers and only… Read more

CEO List of Best Restaurants in NYC

In our Vistage meeting yesterday, I surveyed the CEOs and asked them for the best restaurants in NYC. Our speaker was from Los Angeles and wanted to take his wife out to dinner. For those that are not familiar with a Vistage meeting, this is a group of a dozen of Manhattan’s top business owners… Read more

Triads are the Building Block of Stable Relationships: Insight from Tribal Leadership

John King and Dave Logan concluded after a ten year, 24,000-person study, that 75% of our corporate cultures are ineffective. In their NY Times bestselling book, Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization one of the great insights was that the 24% of organizations that were effective had one major difference—they met… Read more

Tribal Leadership # 1 Paperback on NY Times Best Sellers

  The book, Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization, is the result of a 10 year study of over 24,000 people. Authors Dave Logan, John King, and Halee Fischer-Wright guide leaders how to recognize their culture and what steps they can take to nudge their culture to higher performance, bit by… Read more

Tribal Leadership Becomes #1 Book on Amazon

If you haven’t had the opportunity to read this book, it is now available in paperback and just hit #1 on amazon.com. Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization by Dave Logan, John King and Halee Fischer-Wright says that, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”. The authors show us how the developmental stages… Read more

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