Posts filed under: Organizational Leadership

Kwibuka Remember-Unite-Renew

April 7th of each year Kwibuka Remember-Unite-Renew is Rwanda’s call to never forget the tragic death and circumstances of the  Genocide perpetrated against the Tutsi in 1994. Each year Rwanda mourns the death of over eight hundred thousand people during a 100 day period from April 7, 1994. I am... Read More

Rudolph and Hermey. A Couple of Misfit Leaders

One of my favourite Christmas television specials is the classic Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer narrated by the late Burl Ives. I love the story, I love the characters, and I particularly admire the qualities of the lead characters Rudolph and Hermey the elf.  Why do I adore the characters, and... Read More

A Smooth Change Initiative Never Made a Skilled Leader

When you are looking at introducing and implementing a new change initiative you usually encounter three distinct groups. There will be a group who will totally embrace the initiative and support it. These are your champions. The second group, and one that constitutes the largest number, are the fence sitters.... Read More

10 Questions That Would Radically Change Your Organizational Culture

Is it possible to create an organizational culture where all leaders are successfully bonded around a series of common principles? An organization where all the leaders are united as one. An organization where all leaders can withstand and overcome pride and fear when personal egos confront one another. An organization... Read More

The Unintended Outcomes of Being the King of the Mountain

As a child did you ever play the game King of the Mountain? For those of you who never played the objective is to be the first person to get to the top of a hill and then stay there. The game can get very competitive and nasty as the... Read More
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