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Inspiring Leadership

Peer-Coaching is Key to a Leadership Development Program that Lasts

Companies have spent billions of dollars on traditional leadership development programs, but the improvements are usually short-lived. Instead, employees need a support system that will empower them to continually improve, and build networks of trust and communication with their peers, so that the whole business keeps developing.

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How to Create a Culture of Growth

  Have you ever tried to improve yourself in some way, while you’re surrounded by people that don’t support your efforts? It’s like swimming against the current. This is exactly what happens in companies when certain individuals are committed to their growth, but...

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Scaling Depth

  Our biggest motivation is to scale depth. Both David and I have been inspired by the experiences we’ve had in our own self-development and by the experiences that we have led others through as coaches and mentors. But until now there has been a...

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Creating the Future

This is the third in a series of the blog posts on vision.  First on discovering your deeper vision in times of transition.  Second, on being a servant leader.  And third, on inspiring vision in others. In my last blog, we saw how great leaders follow an inspiring...

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If I Follow You, What Will I Be Serving?

This is the second in a series of the blog posts on vision.  First on discovering your deeper vision in times of transition.  Second, on being a servant leader.  And third, on inspiring vision in others. On the popular HBO television show Game of Thrones, one of the...

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Igniting Motivation

This is the first in a series of the blog posts on vision.  First, on discovering your deeper vision in times of transition.  Second, on being a servant leader.  And third, on inspiring vision in others. On the path of self-emergence many of us face crisis points...

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