Advancing Capacities to Contribute

Today’s guest post is by Paul L. Duffy of Personal Learning and Development. In The Turnaround, authors Bill and Billy Moyer describe and demonstrate the powerful concept they call the “Development Culture”. It is an organizational culture that achieves organizational success by promoting the growth of the people (employees) of the organization. Employees who are Read More …

Execution in a Development Culture

In my last post I wrote about the importance of Vision in a Development Culture. It is so true that without Vision, the people will perish. But Vision can only take a leader or an organization so far. Just because you can see a clear picture of the future (Vision) does not mean that future Read More …

Be Jack!

In our new book, The Turnaround  we talk about turning around the results of an organization by turning around the culture. This can only be done through effective leadership at the top that spreads throughout the company. The book is written as a story about a struggling organization that brings in a new CEO to Read More …

The Turnaround: If You Don’t Grow, You Go!

Organizations are always focused on growth. But they are usually more concerned with revenue growth than that of their employees. When it comes to shaping their culture, they often focus on relaxed dress codes, break rooms with games and free drinks, and other material things that are only positive when results are good. An organizations Read More …

Are You the Lid?

I have seen a lot of organizations fail because of poor leadership. I truly believe that this is the main reason any company fails. The blame tends to fall elsewhere, but if your organization is failing you may want to look in the mirror to find the person responsible. Often I believe leaders forget that Read More …