The Challenges We Face in Our Evolving World

The Challenges We Face in Our Evolving WorldMoving up the challenge curve and accelerating your growth requires a redesign of the work environment.

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Rex Brooking | C-Suite Series | Leading Through Times of Crisis

Rex Brooking | C-Suite Series | Leading Through Times of CrisisRex Brooking a Chick-Fil-A Owner/Operatior discusses how he and his team have adapted to conducting business during this time of crisis. Mr. Brooking gives us his Top 3 Pieces of Advice and some great insights into how he has lead through this current crisis. 

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Fiona Jamison | C-Suite Series | Leading Through Times of Crisis

Fiona Jamison | C-Suite Series | Leading Through Times of CrisisFiona Jamison the CEO of Spring International discusses how she and her team have adapted to conducting business during the this time of time of crisis. Ms. Jamison gives us her Top 3 Pieces of Advice and some great insights into how she has lead through this current crisis. 

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Seth Gordon | C-Suite Series | Leading Through Crisis

Seth Gordon | C-Suite Series | Leading Through CrisisSeth Gordon the CEO of Comm - FIT discusses how he and his team have adapted to the unusually times we have found ourselves in during the COVID-19 Crisis. Mr. Gordon gives us his Top 3 pieces of advice for leaders and his thoughts on leading through times of crisis. 

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Amplifying Impact. Accelerating Transformation.

Amplifying Impact. Accelerating Transformation.  The Greatest WHY, and the best WHAT fail without an aligned HOW.Alignment is a key predictor of sucess. In today's increasingly interconnected world. Internally, misalignment creates friction, inefficiency, and conflict.  Externallly, it causes missed opportunities to innovate, deliver to customers, and growing make share.  

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The HOW of Leadership

The HOW of Leadership Without a clear HOW, organizational strategies and visions struggle to gain momentum and deliver results.

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5 Ways to Create Purposeful Conversations

5 Ways to Create Purposeful ConversationsMaybe you just walked out of a meeting and didn’t feel like you had a conversation. Maybe it felt like all of the oxygen in the room was being taken up by one person, or maybe it felt like a list of dictates from the person with the most positional power, or maybe it felt like the same circular conversation you’ve been showing up to every week. These kinds of conversations can feel ineffective and inefficient, and just plain frustrating. What’s a person to do?

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Now That Was A Good Meeting: Success Practices for Problematic Meeting

Now That Was A Good Meeting: Success Practices for Problematic MeetingIt is rare to hear someone say that they are looking forward to a meeting (virtual or in-person). It is even rarer to hear someone say that they enjoyed a meeting. And the reality is that so much of our professional time is spent attending meetings, preparing for meetings, and scheduling more meetings to prepare for and attend. Understanding the difference between various types of meetings, and then being intentional about how to host or be a participant will enable greater meeting effectiveness and, ideally, more enjoyment as well.

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Karrikins Group Strengthens Commitment to Help Leaders and Organizations Grow: Community Investment Solutions Practice Sold to EY*

Karrikins Group Strengthens Commitment to Help  Leaders and Organizations Grow:  Community Investment Solutions Practice Sold to EY*Karrikins Group, a global behavior change firm, celebrates its Community Investment Strategy (CIS) team as they join international professional services firm EY, effective March 1. The sale will broaden the social impact reach created by CIS and will allow Karrikins Group to focus on its core work with global companies seeking to accelerate growth.

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When Agreement is Disagreeable: 4 Keys to Leading Your Team

When Agreement is Disagreeable: 4 Keys to Leading Your TeamLeadership is tough. Don’t make it tougher by stopping at clarity about your direction and expectations. Using words that people understand is actually pretty easy. Getting people to agree, align, and believe in your direction and your expectations is where the hard work of leadership starts. 

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