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Give Rules, Not Orders

In Intent-Based Leadership organizations we try to refrain from giving a bunch of orders. We still have rules or structures. For example, we might say, “Look, we are going to have metrics and you can choose the metrics.” Or we might say, “We are going to have a plan, but you get to write the plan.”

3 Myths About Leading Organization-Wide Transformational Change

Your company’s ability to implement transformational change directly impacts how quickly your company can grow.

Creating a One-Company Culture

When in 1962 President Kennedy asked a janitor at NASA “What are you doing?” and the janitor famously replied “Well, Mr. President, I’m helping put a man on the moon.” it exemplified the One-Company Culture concept – the originator of the strategy had engaged the whole organization through the power of good communication to own and live the strategy.

Your Law Firms Should Know Your Legal Risk Appetite

Helping outside law firms understand the level of risk your company is comfortable with will produce better advice and prevent expensive rework

[Infographic] How Leaders Build Great Cultures

[Infographic] How Leaders Build Great Cultures

Click on this interesting infographic to see how leaders build great organisational cultures.

The Impact Of Visible Values on Organization Culture

Does it help to post scripture verses or virtuous quotes in a person’s cubicle or at the bottom of e-mails? Several studies, quoted below, explored that issue. The results of these studies have some food for thought in actions necessary to build healthy organizational cultures.

That new kind of leadership

We come across leaders in our everyday life. Donald Trump is a leader? Sure. Hillary Clinton? Of Course! Richard Branson? Without a doubt. Nonetheless, they are all fundamentally different people, and even more, different leaders.


4 ways to fix what's wrong with accountability

The chief end of accountability is nudging people toward their potential by leveraging untapped talent. The secondary end of accountability is getting things done.

9 (proven) ways to influence work culture

9 (proven) ways to influence work culture

Only 12% of executives believe their companies are driving the right culture, and fewer than one in three executives even understand their organization’s culture.

The Science Behind How Leaders Connect with Their Teams

Research shows that in leaderless groups, leaders emerge by quickly synchronizing their brain waves with followers through high quality conversations.