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5 Things that Show Postitive Disruptive Thinking

As a disruptive executive coach I am often asked what that entails.  I usually give them the high level response that indicates a system may be broken and we need some radical ideas of how to fix it.  There may be, however, many reasons or contradictions that seem to stand in the way of resolving […]

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10 Steps to Build a Relationship Capital Rich Company

All successful businesses, regardless of what they do or sell, have one thing in common: their leaders know how to build and maintain relationships. Let’s face it, relationships are the glue that holds a company culture together and ensures customer satisfaction is paramount. We can also refer to this as relationship capital, which as its […]

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8 Ideas to Sustain Innovation

If you own a business today and you want it to be around for a long time, you need to spend at least 33% of your time (my number) innovating. In our hyper-connected, fast-moving world, where people expect things to get better, cheaper and more environmental friendly, sustaining innovation is your route to getting ahead […]

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Trust Drives Collaboration

I have been advocating the move to a collaborative economy for the last 3 years and while many seem to like the idea, the move to it seems to have stalled a bit. However, our rapidly changing world continues to be forcing businesses and organizations to take a new approach to what they do, i.e., […]

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Can Your Company be Counted On for Delivery?

How often do you think, before you make a promise or commitment to someone? Do you even think about what will happen if you can’t deliver on your word? Does it really matter? Many would say that most promises are not tied to life and death situations so you can be flexible but in my […]

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25 Whys for Tracking Commitments

Simon Sinek makes some major statements in his 2011 book, “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”, but he emphasizes the fundamental need of every human, who is striving to succeed, to know the “WHY” of what they are doing. He discusses the idea of inspiring others to do well and […]

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Your Urgency May Not Be My Priority

Every day, as a leader, you are involved in communications and processes with various clients, employees or community members that are all trying to get your attention. The pace is always hectic, with everyone in the community involved in doing what they do best – providing or soliciting high-quality delivery of the services you provide. […]

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How to Develop & Sustain Commitment

In a prior article we discussed what commitment was and why it is important, so here we will look at some specific techniques, tasks or ideas that will assist you in building and sustaining commitment in yourself personally or your company. In this article, I will refer to the organization and clients quite a bit […]

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PE-ER & General Business Feedback Guidelines

PE-ER Feedback is one of the key value components of our new commitment tracking application, being introduced this fall, so we take this process very seriously. I also believe this applies to business in general so the thoughts here can apply across the board. Usually, commitment feedback can be given two ways: through positive feedback […]

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What is a CRI score?

A Credibility Reliability Index (CRI) is a measurement that was developed as part of the PE-ER platform to establish a basis for understanding trust and focus on being trustworthy.  The basic premise is, the more commitments you successfully keep the more reliable you will be and hence more trustworthy. Therefore, it’s really quite simple. The […]