Overcoming Blind Spots for Business Growth– Part Three
Overcoming Blind Spots for Business Growth– Part Three
These days, when you engage in a conversation with others about the “sense” that we have entered into a time of disruption, most people will not dispute this starting point. It is not unusual for people to start to speak about economic disruption, then turn quickly to social or environmental or geo-political disruption. We are living through a historic period of disruption: something is ending while something brand new is emerging.
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Overcoming Blind Spots for Business Growth– Part One
Overcoming Blind Spots for Business Growth– Part One
We’ve mentioned before that it took us a while to recognize that the work we at Light-Core do with our clients is about more than just process and procedures, and that we excel at helping leadership make the paradigmatic shifts necessary to unlock massive capability. We’ve taken a good look at how people’s bandwidth relates to results—let’s look at how Blind Spots play into the matrix of success.
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Spring is a Time of New Beginnings
Spring is a Time of New Beginnings
This week, we’re travelling to Vancouver, B.C. to participate in GroYourBiz’s bi-annual conference, EXCELerate2017. I am honoured and very excited to be speaking at the conference. In our deeply connected world, we are all impacted by mega-trends. I’m going to be talking about the upside of crazy, and how to win when your world turns upside down. VUCA is impacting all of us and to win, we need to think differently.
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Is Your Organization Thriving in Chaos?
Is Your Organization Thriving in Chaos?
The leadership at many top companies today are at a tough crossroads: they’re facing urgent demands for increased performance but they have no reliable way to make it happen. The global economy is struggling along like a Ferrari with a flat and while some sectors have improved since the 2008 recession began shredding our trusty “road maps to success,” there’s no doubt that our old notions of how to run a thriving business are not serving us well today.
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