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THE DIMINSHER AFFLICTION

Beware the leader too smart to be wise. What is a Diminisher? Author and consultant Liz Wiseman’s book, Multipliers, features two distinct and contrasting types of leaders; multipliers and diminishers.  Multipliers are strong and capable leaders in their own right, but they use their talent and organizational power to access and leverage (multiply) the strength and talent […]

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THE WOODENHEADED AFFLICTION IN ACTION

Were you able to read our recent information on The Wooddenheaded Affliction in leadership? If not, take a minute to read it here, and then read below to learn about the Woodenheaded Affliction in action. A tragic example. General Douglas Haig is a tragic example of what can happen when a top leader afflicted by […]

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THE IMPACT OF REALITY-EDITING LEADERS

Reality-Editing Leaders We hope you have been following along in our series of The Impact of Reality-Editing Leaders.  If you have not had a chance to read Part I, do so now, prior to reading this conclusion. Strategies of Reality-Editing Leaders 1st The first strategy is the generation of a “reality distortion field.” Among his many […]

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SIX TOP TOP LEADERSHIP AFFLICTIONS

Every day,  all over the world, organizations, even good organizations, rid themselves of one afflicted leader, only to hire the next.  Why is this? In our new blog series on Leadership Afflictions, we will study the unique pressures of leadership and how to identify leadership afflictions at the highest levels of organizational life. Organizations Are Only Human. […]

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TOP LEADER AFFLICTION SERIES!

Today we introduce a new series, titled “Top Leader Afflictions”.  I choose the title for two reasons.  First, an affliction is a state of pain, distress or misery.  We will explore a set of afflictions—painful “maladies” or “diseases” common to individuals at the highest levels of organizational life.  In this sense, “top leaders” are often […]

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