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7 Core Beliefs of Transformational Change Leaders

by Robert S. Tipton I’ve been assembling the list of “7 Core Beliefs of Transformational Change Leaders” (TCLs) over the past several years, and I’ve come to discover that these folks are just — well — different. You “know” it when you’re in their presence… TCLs live an attitude of “been there, done that,” and […]

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Micromanagers Anonymous (“MA”)

by Robert S. Tipton “One person’s micromanagement is just another person’s way of making sure none of their employees mess anything up so badly that it will come back and reflect negatively on them.” Now, I don’t know if anyone ever said that before — or if I just made it up (I did make […]

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Why “Plan the Work, Work the Plan” Is Hope-Less

by Robert S. Tipton With all due respect to Nike’s marketing department (who was focusing on ending procrastination — which is an altogether different topic), it is often difficult for individuals and organizations to resist the siren call of “just do it.” We’re bombarded by marketing messages telling us to get more done more quickly […]

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Brain Need Reinvention? Try Imagination.

by Robert S. Tipton “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” — Einstein It seems we’re bombarded continually with messages telling us that we need to be more innovative and creative, to get over our limiting beliefs and status quo biases (oh wait, I send those messages myself!), and to be […]

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