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The #1 Asset Leaders Use to Grow Their Business: True Urgency

TOM FLICK | December 7, 2021

Behaving with true urgency allows an organization to focus on the tasks that propel forward instead of tasks that distract from the goal. Change leaders understand true urgency and the qualities that undergird this change leadership mindset and ability. [...]

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False Urgency Stirs Up Activity but Not Productivity

TOM FLICK | November 30, 2021

False urgency unknowingly erodes a company like cancer. It flies under the radar and goes undetected because the flurry of activity gives the impression of action and productivity. But, false urgency, motivated by fear and anxiety, will never move an organization forward with vision and innovation. [...]

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Leading with Gratitude: The Power Behind a Positive Leader

TOM FLICK | November 23, 2021

A grateful leader has a vision for good despite the circumstances, expresses gratefulness consistently, and can accept the pain that comes with difficult situations while simultaneously appreciating life’s beauty and joy. [...]

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Waging War on Complacency

TOM FLICK | November 16, 2021

Complacency is a silent, sneaky malady quietly chipping away at an organization yet can be hard to detect, identify, and eradicate. Complacency disguises itself well and is not readily evident or self-diagnosed, making it an unpopular discovery, but change leadership can eliminate complacency.  [...]

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Leadership vs. Management: Breathing Life Back into Business

TOM FLICK | November 9, 2021

Change leadership is the way of the future. Where the vital work of change management continues with the status quo, change leadership features vision, innovation, and agility, and moves a company forward utilizing the strengths and abilities from the top down. [...]

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Four Challenges to Leading Change

TOM FLICK | October 20, 2021

When our minds are overflowing with mindless input, and our work or home space is full and cluttered, chances are high you are having a hard time prioritizing, working efficiently, and with speed and agility. However, by integrating four steps into the workplace, you and others will perform at a higher speed rate, focusing on the right priorities. [...]

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