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The Expensive Missing Leadership Skill

Leadership Skill - WritingThis is more of a rant than an observation, but I’m seeing it more and more. This missing skill isn’t generation specific. It cuts across all generations and all industries. Leaders, your writing skills, or lack thereof, are one of the main reasons your teams are frustrated, confused, and disengaged, and why projects take longer and cost more than projected. Your team members don’t know what the heck you want them to do or what you’re trying to communicate. Your poor writing skills are costing your company money.

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Posted by Gina Hott on April 19, 2016 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,


Is It Time to Continue or Adjust?

What Gets Measured Gets DoneAs I’m writing this, we’re approaching the end of a fiscal quarter. Because of that, my team and I have been watching our key metrics and our dashboards to see how close to our plans and budget projections we are. We’re watching the numbers more closely now even though we’ve watched them all quarter long. We’re watching them more closely now to determine which strategies to continue and which strategies to adjust.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on March 24, 2016 in Strategic Planning and tagged


Stop Ruining Our Workforce

Stop Ruining Our WorkforceThis past week, I’ve had two colleagues share stories they’ve experienced directly or observed first-hand. Each tale provides insight into the decline in the quality of our workforce. Each involves a villain (i.e., actually the villains are really unwitting perpetrators, but they’re causing devastation), a direct victim, and an unintended victim.

What’s Happening…

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on February 23, 2016 in Leadership Development and tagged ,


If We’re Not Laughing Something Is Wrong

If We’re Not Laughing Something Is Wrong As I finished a client’s strategy session report this morning, I kept thinking about how the CEO has changed over the past five years since we last worked together. He’s still brilliant, tenacious, out-spoken, aggressive, driven, blunt, and not politically correct -- Can you see why I like him? Yet he’s changed. He’s no longer afraid to laugh. And that change has caused a huge shift in how he and his senior staff interact, plan, work, produce, profit, and succeed.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on January 20, 2016 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,


Stop It!

Stop so you can be the leader your team expects and respects.I believe it’s good practice to regularly sit back and identify things to stop doing. If we don’t regularly stop doing things that are no longer helpful, how can we expect to change, grow, and be better leaders? So here are some things you might need to stop doing:

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on December 16, 2015 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,