The fates lead them who will, them who won’t it drags (Joseph Campbell)
The fates lead them who will, them who won’t it drags (Joseph Campbell)
Last week I had the privilege of speaking about radical change to a large group of CPAs in Las Vegas. Many CPAs are caught feeling irrelevant as the practices and environment around them constantly evolve, and they must change their behaviour to realize productivity improvements – They are not alone in this.
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Your Bandwidth and the Matrix of Success — Part One
Your Bandwidth and the Matrix of Success — Part One
It took us a while to recognize that the work we do with our clients isn’t just about process and procedures, and that we have a gift for helping leadership make the paradigmatic shifts necessary to unlock massive capability. In themselves and in their teams. The changes tend to fall into the areas of expanding people’s Bandwidth, revealing their Blind Spots and changing their limiting Beliefs about what’s possible for their organization.
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A 1000% Return on Investment? Are You Kidding Me?
A 1000% Return on Investment? Are You Kidding Me?
Over the years, we’ve come to realize that our most powerful work with our clients focuses on helping the leadership advance their people’s capabilities in the areas of their Bandwidth, their Blind Spots and their Beliefs.
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Paradigm Shifts and the Light-Core Modality
Paradigm Shifts and the Light-Core Modality
In our last blog we mentioned how there is no point in waiting for the conditions to improve in a VUCA (Volatile, Unpredictable, Complex and Ambiguous) environment such as we’re facing today, because they probably won’t. Mastering VUCA allows your business to claim a point of differentiation that will serve you and your business forever regardless of what is happening in the outside economy. But that requires a paradigmatic shift in how business is conducted that many C-Suite executives haven’t yet mastered.
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Welcome to the VUCA Economy
Welcome to the VUCA Economy
According to the Markit Global Business Outlook Survey , optimism fell sharply in the closing months of 2014, dropping to the lowest levels recorded since the survey began five years ago. More than 6,000 companies took part in the survey and the vast majority reported that their hiring and investment plans were at or near post-crisis lows; price expectations had deteriorated dramatically as well. The survey reported that business optimism fell across the board in all of the world’s largest developed countries, while business expectations fell throughout the main emerging markets. No one appears to be immune from the new wave of discouragement sweeping our world.
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