Imagine a world where people who have the physical ability to “move” through life void of mobility challenges and/or the mental capacity to be “fully functioning” had the power to determine how life should be experienced for everyone else. Scratching your head? You are correct if you quickly concluded that this is the world weContinue reading “We are not created equal. Diversity is not the only goal. So let’s talk equity.”
In part one of this series we discussed trust, the foundation of agility. Hopefully you picked up a few ideas or validated some things you already had in your leadership toolbox. Now let’s move on to part two. Learning Dave was a solid operations manager. His region performed well and he had good tenure onContinue reading “The Road to Agile Leadership – Part Two: Learn Something New”
We’ve all been hearing about the importance of agility in future proofing one’s organization but how do you actually make that happen? How do you build an agile organization? It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that it starts with leaders. This is part one of a four part series on becoming an agileContinue reading “The Road to Agile Leadership – Part One: Build Trust”
Kindness matters. May is mental health month.
How many people are feeling like over the last few months they’ve been transported from the comfort and stability of home to an unknown world via a tornado of global events? I would imagine that’s pretty much everyone. The good news is that if we all get on the yellow brick road, navigate the obstaclesContinue reading “The Wizard of Oz – A lesson in change and navigating uncertainty”