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Finishing Well: Part 1 of 3

Transitioning Leaders Find Purpose As Coaches, Cheering Fans, or Cutmen

Guest Post

by Dr. Steve Sanchez

When I talk with leaders about their transition, I always ask, do you prefer the celebration to happen with you, on your last day, or without you, on the first day after you’ve left? Finishing well is every leader’s goal.

My good friend and collaborator Steve Sanchez captures essential insights into what makes for a smooth leadership transition. In this three part series, he explores the roles, attitude and process of leaving your post better than you found it!


Read Steve’s article here!

Mindset Shift on Accountability

Mindset Shift on Accountability

Leaders of truly healthy organizations learn to simply think differently — and it impacts every aspect of their decision-making and actions. Therefore, the journey of Organizational Health involves a number of significant mindset shifts.

When Team Members Don’t Get Along

When Team Members Don’t Get Along

In his book The Motive, Pat Lencioni suggests that one role of a responsibility-centered leader is to personally develop the leadership team, which includes managing the interpersonal dynamics between team members, especially ones caught in a destructive conflict impacting the team.