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November 15, 2022    |     Articles

Byproduct or Best Product   

The more specialized the roles or the more mature the business, the smaller the team will be when it is ready to think intentionally about roles, accountability, and structured collaboration.  Specialization and maturity seem like good things.  “Structure” is often seen as restrictive and annoying.  So why would these attributes create an earlier need for structure than a more generalized free for all?

Nerd Alert! Belleview Ideal Client Algorithms
October 25, 2022    |     Articles

Mystery Solved! Specialization and Maturity Drive Ideal Client Size   

The more specialized the roles or the more mature the business, the smaller the team will be when it is ready to think intentionally about roles, accountability, and structured collaboration.  Specialization and maturity seem like good things.  “Structure” is often seen as restrictive and annoying.  So why would these attributes create an earlier need for structure than a more generalized free for all?

September 26, 2022    |     Articles

Misalignments and Organizational Culture   

Although there are often many factors contributing to toxic, or even unpleasant, organizational cultures, misalignments between expectations and reality are a consistent driver.  This article explores where those misalignments start so that leaders can identify and address them before toxicity comes creeping in.

August 17, 2022    |     Articles

Truth vs Integrity   

Integrity can be a tricky concept and always makes my short list of Tricksy Words. A common oversimplification is to say that having integrity means always telling the truth. But what happens when the truth is misleading? For me, integrity is what you do when no one is watching and also what you do when people are truly paying attention.

Layoffs Leave Many Chairs Empty
July 20, 2022    |     Articles

Leading in the Aftermath of Layoffs   

Particularly in larger companies, managers are often “informed” about layoffs in their team yet the burden of ongoing success remains on their shoulders. These situations are rarely easy but there are a few key steps that can make leading in the aftermath of layoffs more successful: Acknowledge, Observe, and Adjust.

June 10, 2022    |     Articles

Take Time to Savor   

On the personal front, I have been told over and over again to savor each stage of my son’s development. This is in stark contrast to the advice I have received as a business owner. Our companies also grow and evolve but the messaging for founders tends to focus on racing as quickly as possible to more, bigger, and faster. What if founders were also encouraged to savor contentment before pushing on?

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