7 posts by Charles

Organizational values are easy to ignore. Often unknown and unused, they commonly find themselves locked in a binder next to the federal whistleblower policy. And it is easy to see why; most organizations are incredibly busy and complex. Slowing down in that environment

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I don’t think it would be an overstatement to say that we are experiencing one of the greatest cultural shifts in history. Over the past five years alone we have watched as the Democratic Party fought to officially remove “God” from it’s

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I grabbed a copy of Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead(affiliate link) by Charlene Li for my business trip last week.  Gotta have something to read on the plane you know. I enjoyed this book.  Not

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Harvard Business Review asks Acxiom CEO John Meyer how his early career in the Air Force prepared him to lead a company Posted on Harvard Business Review: November 9, 2010 8:38 AM This post is part of an HBR Spotlight examining leadership

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The successful war hero was known among his peers to ask his top advisers for advice and suggestions on how to proceed. Then he would analyze the information and make the final decision. It sounds like a modern approach, doesn’t

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