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  • Just Say “No” to Achieve Your Vision
    If you’re a typical Entrepreneur, you say yes to lots of things.  This can-do attitude is a big part of what built your success. In his book, Steal the Show, Michael Port references “yes and…” as a powerful improv technique. It helps performers think on their feet, build confidence and yes, “steal the show.”  This […]
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  • Is Your Business SIMPLE?
    Some business owners are offended by the question, “Is your business simple?” They insist, “If it was simple, then anyone could do it!” Perhaps they believe that simple understates the value of their companies, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Simple is often mistaken for easy. In truth, simplifying a business is hard. […]
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  • Is Your Organization Underpowered?
    Lesson #20: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit It was spring break, 1980, one year after I earned my private pilots license. I drove to Ft Lauderdale with three friends from college to have some fun! Shortly after arriving, one friend came up with a great idea: Since I was now officially a private pilot, how […]
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  • The Magic and Curse of the Autopilot
    Lesson #19: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit The autopilot can be an aviator’s BEST friend. It’s precise, alleviates workload, and provides good piece of mind. All positive factors, but if the pilot isn’t careful, it could lead to big trouble! Take the case of Eastern Airline Flight 401 where the crew was preoccupied diagnosing a […]
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  • 5 Reasons to Ditch Your Org Chart
    Most of my clients no longer use the Org Chart, replacing it with the Accountability Chart – a more powerful tool that clearly depicts the structural needs of the organization. At first glance, the Accountability Chart (AC) may look like an Org Chart with a similar hierarchical feel, but that’s where the similarities end. Organization […]
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  • Visionary or Integrator in the Cockpit? Think “Sully!”
    Lesson #18: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit There are two primary roles in the cockpit: Captain and First Officer. The Captain is accountable for the overall safety and success of the flight. The First Officer shares the workload, serves as a trusted advisor and is back up for the Captain. All great flights begin and […]
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  • The Art and Science of Resolving Company Issues
    I spend significant time helping clients become proficient at identifying and solving key “issues.” The trick is to identify them early and tackle them before they grow out of control! Sounds basic, but often there’s confusion around what really constitutes an issue in pure business context. Anatomy of an “Issue?” You know them as the […]
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  • 2016 is Gone…Ready to “Reset?”
    It’s only mid-January and yet your New Year’s Resolutions may have already begun to fade. It’s time to get back on track. Don’t get caught up reflecting on 2016 as either a good or bad year because either way, it doesn’t matter! Learn from the past to shape the future What matters is what you […]
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  • How Well do You Lead and Manage Your People?
    Running a growing/entrepreneurial company is not for everyone. It can be challenging with many moving parts. One of the biggest challenges is “people.” I had a client once tell me: “If it weren’t for people, this business would be a cinch!” He said it with a chuckle, but there was truth in his words. Managing […]
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  • 3 Ways to Build Strong Accountability within Your Organization
    Often I hear clients express frustration about lack of accountability within their organizations. Their expectations are usually much higher than what they actually experience. They feel let down by their employees and sometimes even resent them. Lack of Accountability is a direct result of lack of leadership Make no mistake; the absence of accountability is […]
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  • Entrepreneurship – It’s in Your Blood
    Are you an entrepreneur? It’s surprising that many business executives who fit the entrepreneurial profile don’t categorize themselves as such. Maybe it’s because the common perception of an entrepreneur is one who initiates a great idea that becomes a passion or cause and then manifests into a great organization or business. But what if you […]
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  • 3 Ways to Build Strong Accountability within Your Organization
    Often I hear clients express frustration about lack of accountability within their organizations. Their expectations are usually much higher than what they actually experience. They feel let down by their employees and sometimes even resent them. Lack of Accountability is a direct result of lack of leadership Make no mistake; the absence of accountability is […] The post 3 Ways to Build Strong Acc...
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  • Entrepreneurship – It’s in Your Blood
    Are you an entrepreneur? It’s surprising that many business executives who fit the entrepreneurial profile don’t categorize themselves as such. Maybe it’s because the common perception of an entrepreneur is one who initiates a great idea that becomes a passion or cause and then manifests into a great organization or business. But what if you […] The post Entrepreneurship – It’s in Your Blood appea...
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  • Clarity First – Commitment Second
    Fostering commitment within an organization is a major responsibility for all leaders. Without commitment towards a clear vision, there’s simply not enough determination to achieve great things. One subtle “gotcha” is when you think it’s clear what your people should commit to, but it isn’t to them! Commitment builds enthusiasm, but what good is it, […] The post Clarity First – Commitment Second a...
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  • Is Your Organization Unpowered?
    Lesson #20: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit It was spring break, 1980, one year after I earned my private pilots license. I drove to Ft Lauderdale with three friends from college to have some fun! Shortly after arriving, one friend came up with a great idea: Since I was now officially a private pilot, how […] The post Is Your Organization Unpowered? appeared first on BlueCore Leadership, LLC.
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  • Is Time Your Friend or Foe?
    “There’s never enough time!”  Ever found yourself saying that or at least thinking it? I have…many times. But each time I have gone there, I eventually recognize it’s just an excuse for not doing a better job of managing the time I have. We all get the same amount of time – every day. Twenty-four hours […] The post Is Time Your Friend or Foe? appeared first on BlueCore Leadership, LLC.
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  • The Magic and Curse of the Autopilot
    Lesson #19: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit The autopilot can be an aviator’s BEST friend. It’s precise, alleviates workload, and provides good piece of mind. All positive factors, but if the pilot isn’t careful, it could lead to big trouble! Take the case of Eastern Airline Flight 401 where the crew was preoccupied diagnosing a […] The post The Magic and Curse of the Autopilot appeared first ...
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  • 5 Reasons to Ditch Your Org Chart
    Most of my clients no longer use the Org Chart, replacing it with the Accountability Chart – a more powerful tool that clearly depicts the structural needs of the organization. At first glance, the Accountability Chart (AC) may look like an Org Chart with a similar hierarchical feel, but that’s where the similarities end. Organization […] The post 5 Reasons to Ditch Your Org Chart appeared first o...
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  • Visionary or Integrator in the Cockpit? Think “Sully!”
    Lesson #18: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit There are two primary roles in the cockpit: Captain and First Officer.  The Captain is accountable for the overall safety and success of the flight. The First Officer shares the workload, serves as a trusted advisor and is back up for the Captain.  All great flights begin and […] The post Visionary or Integrator in the Cockpit? Think “Sully!” appeare...
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  • The Art and Science of Resolving Company Issues
    I spend significant time helping clients become proficient at identifying and solving key “issues.” The trick is to identify them early and tackle them before they grow out of control! Sounds basic, but often there’s confusion around what really constitutes an issue in pure business context. Anatomy of an “Issue?” You know them as the […] The post The Art and Science of Resolving Company Issues ap...
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  • Want More Accountability? Let Go of the Vine!
    Does your organization reek of accountability?  If not, it may be time to look in the mirror.  Absence of accountability begins and ends with you and your leadership team. Is delegation one of your top priorities? There’s a direct correlation between delegating and accountability. If you don’t delegate, you don’t trust and if you don’t […] The post Want More Accountability? Let Go of the Vine! app...
  • Know When to Take Action and Pull the Chute
    Lesson #17: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit The Cirrus SR22 is a unique airplane.  It was the first general aviation aircraft to include a parachute…for the plane.  This ingenious technology has saved lives. Regardless of this advanced technology, many pilots have not used it when they could have.  It’s estimated that 125 lives could have […] The post Know When to Take Action and Pull the Chut...
  • 2016 is Gone…Ready to “Reset?”
    It’s only mid-January and yet your New Year’s Resolutions may have already begun to fade. It’s time to get back on track. Don’t get caught up reflecting on 2016 as either a good or bad year because either way, it doesn’t matter! Learn from the past to shape the future What matters is what you […] The post 2016 is Gone…Ready to “Reset?” appeared first on BlueCore Leadership, LLC.
  • Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Choose your Business Partners Wisely!
    Business partnerships are real relationships and just as volatile. Over years of consulting and coaching I have witnessed firsthand how partnerships can end badly. Maybe you started the business as best friends from college and the business took off – you’re 50/50 partners and experiencing the American dream. Then one day, you begin to drift.  […] The post Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Choose your Bu...
  • Is Your Vision Shared by All?
    You may have heard the expression: “Vision without execution is hallucination!” Great execution requires everyone to be aligned on where your organization is going and how to get there. The significance of a unified vision is often forgotten or neglected which leads to frustration and misalignment. It starts at the top. What is “vision?” Using […] The post Is Your Vision Shared by All? appeared fi...
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  • Good Problem Solving Is Like Flying Through the Eye of a Hurricane
    I often remind my clients that an issue is just that… an issue. In other words, there is nothing they can’t solve. It’s simply that some issues are bigger and more emotionally charged than others. People issues usually top the list of the toughest to take on. Many leaders delay addressing these problems because they […] The post Good Problem Solving Is Like Flying Through the Eye of a Hurricane ap...

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