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Adversity, Innovation, and Collaboration

Tom Flick |

I was recently thinking of an article featuring an interview from Harvard Professor, Dr. John Kotter, published last year. In it he says, “Whenever you have changing conditions and turbulence, it’s actually full of opportunities.” He continues to say that, for this reason, those leading change should have an appetite for times of turbulence. We […]

Leadership, Opportunity, Urgency, and the Problem

Tom Flick |

Business is a serendipitous combination of hazards and opportunities. Each day we embark on a journey through a jungle of possibilities; potentially positive, as well as negative. I recently reflected on my work with Ford Motor Company these past two years, and particularly the book I first read to understand Ford’s history and specifically the […]

Jumpstart Your Leadership

Tom Flick |

We’re past the halfway point with 2017 and now might be a good time to do a quick evaluation. Among things to reconsider are your organization’s leadership processes and whether or not a boost is needed. Business environments are full of challenges. In order to stay competitive, these obstacles must be faced with a sense […]

4 Steps to Leadership Mastery

Tom Flick |

Leadership mastery – is there such a thing? We will never exhaust the topic – due to its colossal role throughout history, and bearing on individuals, communities, and even nations. So is mastery of leadership even possible? I believe it is. First, let me be clear. There is a world of difference between leadership and […]

Engage the Heart – 5 Steps to Drive Engagement and Lead Change

Tom Flick |

In today’s rapidly changing business climate, data and analytics often dominate the motivations behind decision-making. Leaders can be too quick with the head, and too slow to engage the heart. As I’ve mentioned before, leadership and engagement are the keys to success in business today. But as a leader, how are you going to kindle […]

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