Most Common Executive Struggles – Part 3

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Research on vertical development has found that people can operate with different internal operating systems that vary in their cognitive and emotional sophistication.

Are You a Good Soldier, Progress Maker, or Value Creator?

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In this article, I want to help you gain clarity on what the three different stages of adult development are so that you can better assess where you are in your development journey and how you can level up from where you currently are.

How to Create Candor

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Candor is a willingness in an organization to communicate in an unreserved, honest, sincere, and forthright way.

Why Organizations Need Vertical Development

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Organizations are increasingly recognizing that the complexity of the world their leaders are facing exceed their abilities to effectively navigate this complexity. The consequence of this is that most leaders are operating at a leadership deficit, with consequences that include exhaustion, burnout, turnover, and poor decision making.

What Does an Elevated Leader Look Like?

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Elevated leaders are leaders who operate on a higher plane than most leaders. These leaders are positively transformational. In Good to Great, Jim Collins calls them “Level 5 Leaders.” In Multipliers, Liz Wiseman calls them just that: “Multipliers.” Often, the best leaders we can think of fall into this category. Historically, it is people Abraham […]

The Differences between People at Mind 1.0, Mind 2.0, and Mind 3.0

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The table below is the result of a challenge that I have recently received from Alan Mulally and Lisa Anna Palmer to try to provide greater information that could help them communicate the differences between leaders and people who operate at the different mind levels.