It’s a wrap!
I was in Los Angeles last week to record the audiobook version of MOVE.
I was locked in this sound booth and this was my view for the 3+ days it took.
Out a small window I could see the brilliant sound engineer/director Ben. Read More
Analysis vs. Action
When I work with teams on executing strategy, there often comes a point where there is big idea on the table, and everyone seems to agree that it is the right idea, but they seem hesitant to commit to it. Read More
How Much Analysis?
People often ask me how to judge if they are stuck in “Analysis Paralysis”.
How much study is too much?
There is no single answer here, but to answer that question, I find it useful to start with the business outcome in mind, and then to set a budget for how much study a particular plan or answer is worth. Read More
Awhile back I wrote an article called, Who is worth listening to?.
It’s worth reading if you haven’t seen it, but the main point was that the goal of listening is simply to make people feel listened-to. Read More
First, a story…
When I started my first executive job, in my first 2 weeks, I did 1-1 meetings with more than 100 people. I talked about why, and what happened in my TEDx talk.
But the thing I want to talk about today, is that after that, I wanted to find a way to continue communicating with people as individuals, but I certainly could not make a habit of doing 50+ 1-1 meeting every week! Read More
This month’s Professional Development webinar was on the topic of Creating High Employee Engagement.
Get the webinar
If you missed it you can download the recording.
Members of my professional development program can download this webinar for free. Read More
The Monday MOVE Idea
Each Monday until the launch of my upcoming book MOVE, I’ll be sharing an important idea from the book. This week: Trust — There is no neutral.
Most people are pro-trust.
You don’t see people walking around saying that they don’t think trust is important, or that they think trust is a bad thing. Read More