Trust And Transparency Are Free

Transparency and leadership are similar in a very important way. It has often been said that we are all leaders whether we like it or not; people in our families, social groups and workplaces are always watching us and...

Continue reading →

The Yogurt Principle in Leadership

By Doug Turner Mahatma Ghandi has often been (inaccurately) quoted as having said, ”Be the change you want to see in this world.” This is actually a paraphrase of what he actually said but the message is accurate. This follows very...

Continue reading →

A Good Read on Culture

What does it take to turn the page on corporate culture and drive forward a new chapter of engagement and productivity in the workplace? A good read is great place to start. The Culture Engine by S. Chris Edmonds Author S. Chris...

Continue reading →

Seeking Organizational Resilience? Trust is a Must

By Doug Turner It has been said that the amount of resilience shown by an organization is the product of both the personal abilities of individuals in the organization and the degree to which those people feel supported and comfortable...

Continue reading →

From Scarcity to Abundance: Leading the Mindset Shift

By Doug Turner Which comes first, the attitude or the environment? Are corporate environments created from the attitudes and thinking of the people that are in them or are the attitudes of the people shaped by the environment that they are...

Continue reading →

Mentoring Engages all Generations

By Isabelle St-Jean “When I looked at Dave across the desk I saw plenty of passion and potential, but when he looked in the mirror all he saw was incompetence and failure.”—Hunter Arnold As a producer, entrepreneur and vice-president with Careerbuilder.com,...

Continue reading →

Trust Precedes Innovation: Why Leading with Intent Matters

By Doug Turner Innovation is an elusive concept. All organizations strive to have more of it, but most seldom succeed. Various functional departments within organizations have all claimed from time to time to have “the answer.” Engineering and design groups...

Continue reading →

Team Renaissance: The Structure and Process of Success

By Raluca Manolache “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world.”  —Margaret Mead Now ask, ‘What might those groups accomplish within the workplace?” While the quest to increase organizational effectiveness is not a new one, it has...

Continue reading →