White Papers & Other Articles
Resolving conflict is simple but not easy; and it’s a great opportunity to strengthen people’s character and their alignment to your company values.
Our colleague, Peter Adams, shares how to prepare your company for a merger so that your technology is aligned with the direction of the culture you need to optimize success.
Learn How 5 Minutes per Day Can Put You on the Road to Mastery. This practice has been developed with a powerful combination of thoughtful research and practical experience.
This article and the author’s research are foundational components to LionHeart’s 5 Minutes per day Mastery practice.
Creativity guru, Dr. R. Keith Sawyer and noted thought leader, Otto Scharmer, debunk the “myth of the lone genius” and describe a process called “presencing” to reach breakthrough innovations and actualize the highest possible future that wants to emerge.
We all use the common vernacular of “having a heart to heart conversation” or “the team with more heart usually wins.” But what is heart?
When we succeed, we succeed together. Failure, though, is terribly lonely…
Our bias for competition overlooks and often undermines a vital driver of value creation in business today: The synergy of potent cooperation that allows 1+1 to become 3.
Stress is enormously costly – to your well-being, your family life, your employees and your bottom line. American businesses spend $300 Billion annually…
By focusing on, replicating, and enhancing your best success stories your people will naturally begin to notice and bring the best out of everyone.
Moving out into the unknown is the perfect opportunity to develop the people who are responsible for designing and implementing your strategic plan.
Having the right people routinely doing the right work in a system of accountability is the foundation to strategic growth.
It can be brutal getting everyone on the same page. The reason we keep trying is that it’s virtually impossible to be successful without it.
The practice of remembrance is a sacred treasure that is the most important tool of a leader.
To improve productivity Peter Drucker’s knowledge workers must also become wisdom workers, who add value with their hearts as well as their minds.