It’s good to have 2020 behind us. But before we completely settle in to 2021 and the new possibilities of this new year, let’s take a look at the posts with the most traffic from the year that was 2020. So this week, we’ll review #10 – 6 of Team Leadership Culture’s Top 10 posts.
In just about every company I’ve worked with over the last 30 years, their values were printed somewhere. Some times they’re in the employee handbook or other printed document but the majority of the time they’re printed in a beautiful art form on the front wall in the reception area… continue
The last quadrant of the Denison Culture survey is Consistency, “Does your system create leverage?”
We first introduced the mechanical image of leverage when we introduced the “fulcrum” of Consistency. Most people have seen or heard the quote from Archimedes when he said: “Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.”… continue
Last week my blog post spoke of Empowerment in great cultures. I need to take a short side trip here to talk about the differences between the words empowerment and delegation. I’m not going to suggest that the words need to be used differently than they are today, that would be too large of a task… continue
I was a little surprised by the number of comments and feedback I received recently about the Circle of Influence post.
The point was to be perfectly clear about the part of the organization you can influence versus those you can’t influence even though you may have concern for what’s happening or not happening “over there”… continue
I’m continuing my series on an in-depth look at a wonderful little book that’s twenty years old this year. The title is “Management of the Absurd” by Richard Farson. You may want to consider dropping back and reading the previous blogs about ABSURD! I think it will put each new one in great context… continue
Next week, we’ll take a look at the five top posts from 2020.