Communication

Diversity and Inclusion in the NFL?

By Charley Morrow on December 5, 2014

Inclusive leaders balance two key elements of a paradox to engage everyone: They focus everyone’s attention on the key goal and they recognize everyone has a unique contribution and way of contributing. Despite the serious off-the-field trouble plaguing the NFL these days, an NFL football team is a perfect illustration of the positive impact that a diverse workforce and an inclusive leader can have on an organization.

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The 7Rs of Process Innovation with Stephen Shapiro

By Kristin Schepici on December 5, 2012

Stephen M Shapiro Linkage Thought Leader Series

According to our innovation partner, Stephen Shapiro: “Well designed processes can help an organization become more innovative.”

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What is the deep structure of your business?

By Muriel Jones on November 16, 2012

Stephen M Shapiro Linkage Thought Leader Series

An interesting article on the limitations of mission statements from our partner, and author of Best Practices Are Stupid: 40 Ways to Out-Innovate the Competition, Stephen Shapiro. Plus, suggestions to inspire action, and spark motivation in organizations. Stephen Shapiro writes: “The other

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Not all conversations are created equal

By Kristin Schepici on November 1, 2012

Are you having powerful conversations? Or are you and your team getting mired down?

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Freedom Can Limit Innovation by Stephen Shapiro

By Muriel Jones on June 6, 2012

Stephen M Shapiro Linkage Thought Leader Series

You may be thinking your organization already has an innovation mind-set. But what if everything you’re doing to build a culture of innovation is wrong?

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Where will we find tomorrow’s leaders? An interview with Linda Hill

By Muriel Jones on June 1, 2012

Linda Hill Thought Leader Series

Harvard Professor Linda A. Hill comments on her HBR article, Where Will We Find Tomorrow’ Leaders?

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Harvard Professor Linda Hill — Leaders must be Game Changers

By Muriel Jones on April 27, 2012

Linda Hill Thought Leader Series

In this short clip, Harvard Professor Linda Hill explains how great leaders create innovative organizations by adopting a new way of thinking that consists less than in years past on setting the vision, and more on influencing their people to ever-higher levels of productivity and results.

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Healthcare leaders driving a coordinated approach to change

By Muriel Jones on March 26, 2012

Any leader, however strong or charismatic, needs active support for a change initiative to succeed. Identifying and analyzing key stakeholders is the first step in this process. Free tool enclosed.

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Use Campaign-Driven Innovation by Stephen Shapiro

By Muriel Jones on March 16, 2012

Stephen M Shapiro Linkage Thought Leader Series

Innovation isn’t about the occasional new idea. Companies that are making a mark in today’s business environment make innovation a repeatable, sustainable, and profitable process.

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The Power of Idealistic-Realism: How Great Leaders Inspire and Transform

By Muriel Jones on March 9, 2012

On April 1st, 2011, Doug Conant’s article on The Power of Idealistic-Realism was published on www.HBR.org. “An idealistic vision is what motivates all of us” writes Doug Conant who will be joining us on March 13th for a live broadcast followed by an interactive Q&A session on TouchPoints: Creating Powerful Leadership Connections in the Smallest of Moments.

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