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Evolving Commitments

Posted for Monday 4th November 2013 by Guest Contributor Joseph L. Badaracco In a turbulent, sometimes dangerous world, responsible leaders need a broader view of critical decisions. This means viewing these decisions as commitments, but in an unconventional way. We typically think of commitments as deep, abiding pledges that individuals and organizations will do absolutely all they can to make good on. In contrast, the kind of commitments that matter critically today are paradoxical: they … [Read more...]

The Values Blueprint Cont’d…

Posted for Friday 1st November 2013 Hello there and Happy Friday to you. As you know we have had the blog down for a month or so while we worked through the myriad of details that must be dealt with when a new product is being birthed into the marketplace. Even more time was spent on the issues because the subject that the product addresses areas of our collective experience that can be delicate, unfamiliar, and often downright squirmy. And that subject is "values". Much has indeed been … [Read more...]

The Values Blueprint

Posted for Wednesday 18th September 2013 As a regular reader of our blog, you are aware that we have been "offline" for the past couple of weeks, and we have good reason. Here at Full Spectrum Leadership we have been working all Summer with The Alan Lewis Group in Wales  developing what we strongly believe will be a most valuable tool for those among us who are committed to changing the business landscape. We are proud to announce that we have jointly created... Most of us have a complex set … [Read more...]

The Midweek Moment.

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The Midweek Moment!

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The Midweek Moment!

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How Great Leaders Inspire Action!

Posted for Friday 30th August 2013 Good day to you on this final Friday of August. The year is now 2/3rds over and it's relevant that we end this week with something extraordinary. As is our usual practice, we conclude the week with a short video offering that reflects an important aspect of "leadership". “People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it.” To be a great leader you must have a vision, and by following that vision with blood, sweat and tears, you can inspire a … [Read more...]

The Competitive Advantage of Trustability

Posted for Thursday 29th August 2013 by Featured Contributor A few months ago I was due to fly from Jacksonville to New York on JetBlue. The flight experienced some mechanical problems before takeoff and ended up almost six hours late. Everyone was terribly inconvenienced. When we exited the plane at JFK, each passenger was given a letter from JetBlue apologizing for the delay, and notifying us that because of the incident we were each entitled to compensation under JetBlue’s Customer Bill of … [Read more...]

The Midweek Moment!

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The Disconnect Between Aging Management and the Younger Workforce!

Posted for Tuesday 27th August 2013 by Featured Contributor Brian Solis Are you ready to connect your connected workforce? With all of the discussions around social media and how it improves the opportunity to engage customers and build more meaningful relationships, we tend to lose sight of another important group…employees. As technology impacts behavior and connects customers and businesses in new ways, the same is true for employees. With every new social and mobile network, every … [Read more...]