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#1 Change Management Secret; Overcoming Lack of Belief

Published on February 18, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

“When obstacles arise, change your direction to reach your goal, not the decision to get there.” – Zig Ziglar The biggest obstacle or constraint that I’ve seen in most organization is tied to the belief that things can’t really change. I find that the longer people have been in organizations, the harder it is to […]

5 Tips to Bullet Proof Your Success; The Engagement Factor

Published on January 12, 2011 By The Strategy Guy

When was the last time your company set out to achieve something and it all happened just as expected? I thought so! The disconnect between strategy and execution can be HUGE, and what typically fails is what I like to call “The Engagement Factor”. Employee engagement is much more than just teamwork because it’s more […]

Top 5 Ways to Derail Your Career & Life

Published on May 14, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

A recent Harvard Business Review stated that star performers moving to a new company can experience drops in performance that last up to 5 years! Reflecting on recent conversations and experiences I was inspired to share the Top 5 ways people generally screw up their lives as a consequence of a bad job change. The […]

Overcoming Adversity – Why it’s mission critical !!

Published on February 11, 2010 By The Strategy Guy

Adversity (Adversity = Obstacles) in our day-to-day lives is 10 times greater today than it was 21 years ago! In today’s competitive environment, this alarmingly record pace will only continue to grow! 21 years of research by Dr. Paul G. Stoltz‘s Adversity Quotient (AQ) program shows that we’ve gone from experiencing (on average) 3 instances […]

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