Will you join us in the struggle of good over evil? Or, at least, in the struggle of greatness over mediocrity?

Will you join us in the struggle of good over evil? Or, at least, in the struggle of greatness over mediocrity?

We're calling all leaders who want to upgrade and transform the way people work together.

Leaders who work hard every day, fighting for what’s right for their mission and people.

Leaders who persevere through difficulty and change, striving for excellence in the midst of scarcity and challenge.

Leaders like you.

We want to help unlock your potential by discovering and unleashing your own superpowers and those of your team members in the struggle of good over evil. Or, at least at work, in the struggle of greatness over mediocrity.

Superpowers. In you. And your team.

And we haven’t even gotten to the kryptonite yet.

Interested?

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What to do when your People are Spinning their Wheels.

What to do when your People are Spinning their Wheels.

Do you feel frustrated when your people hesitate before moving forward, or worse yet seem to be totally stuck without direction from you? 

Do your team members want more feedback to give them confidence they are headed the right direction?

Carli, a client, used a  Ripple concept to create a framework allowing her to assess her own performance. Read more about her framework and how to create your own.  

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Every leader needs a first follower.

Every leader needs a first follower.

Our culture loves leaders.  We about talk about them, we study them, and we want to be like them.

We talk about leadership so much that we even have difficulty defining it.  For example, I have conversations with lots of people who mistake management for leadership.  Management is a form of leadership, but it is driven by the vision of someone else, another leader.  Management tweaks and brings efficiency to another's vision.  To be true leadership, vision has to be at the core......

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Anyone can train themselves to be a Highly Effective Leader.

Anyone can train themselves to be a Highly Effective Leader.

I’ve worked with thousands of leaders over the past twenty-five years. Based on that experience, I firmly believe almost anyone* can become a highly effective leader. Regardless of default leadership abilities – the combination of natural wiring and how someone was parented/taught/led up to now – everyone can get better as a leader. It just takes the right mindset and tools. (* rare exceptions for people with serious mental wellness problems. And no, I’m not talking about your last boss.)

Read more of Chris' guest post over at Great Leadership by Dan

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Creative Destruction.

Creative Destruction.

Whether you are acquainted with the term "creative destruction" or not, you are likely acquainted with its effects.  It is the practice of intentionally tearing something down in order to build it back up fresh and new.  In recent weeks I was reminded of this concept when I learned of an organization that hired a new leader to come in and "clean house". 

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One simple tool to get efficiency and quality

Often, efficiency and quality can seem as though they are working against each other. The latest bad advisor/good advisor video tackles this problem.

Will you go the way of the bad advisor or will you use the one simple tool the good advisor gives you to get efficiency and quality to work together?

To learn more about the tool presented in the video, check out Chris' book, Ripple

Bad v. Good - One employee derailing the focus of the entire group?

Sometimes new isn't always better. If an employee is constantly bringing up unrelated issues or ideas that are beyond the scope of resources, it can distract your team from the shared goal. Ripple master, Chris Hutchinson, presents two approaches in dealing with the situation. Will you choose the dark side or the way of a Ripple master?