The Road to Agile Leadership – Part Two: Learn Something New

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”

The Road to Agile Leadership – Part One: Build Trust

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”

Manager’s Quick Guide to Leading Virtual

We are pleased to make available our Manager’s Quick Guide to Leading Virtual. Now more than ever we need to be agile leaders. That may mean adjusting strategy, approach or behavior in order to build trust and engage teams in a way that drives accountability and enables all team member to deliver with confidence andContinue reading “Manager’s Quick Guide to Leading Virtual”

Building Organizational Muscle Memory With “What If” Exercises.

Being a healthy organization isn’t just about the balance sheet. Just like being a healthy person isn’t about how much you weigh. A lot of hard work goes into both, a lot of trial and error, a lot of ingenuity, consistency and accountability. Recently I was preparing to present at an event, a portion ofContinue reading “Building Organizational Muscle Memory With “What If” Exercises.”