Category Archives: organizational development

What makes for a great leader?

Every organization should be a leader – a leader of a cause and a leader of a community of supporters for that cause. Leadership is the ability to influence a group toward the achievement of a vision or a set … Continue reading

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5 keys to successful teamwork

It’s a common assumption that teams are more productive than individuals working independently. It’s a fair assumption: we would think that a team is more than the sum of its parts, that each person can benefit from an extra pair … Continue reading

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Are you growing or dying?

All living things have certain things in common, and one of those is growth. Living things¬†develop and mature as they age.¬†Sometimes this is an actual increase in mass and sometimes a change in features and functions. But growth and development … Continue reading

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