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Stretching the cultural bungee cord

Have you worked in this type of organization? It became successful by meeting a particular customer need and found a winning, repeatable formula. Around that formula it developed a strong culture that was: siloed, technically expert, and good at executing. Over time...

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Learning to ride

A week ago Alexa (our youngest) was learning to ride a bike.  In true Dad fashion, I was walking with her nudging and holding her up.  She has good balance but it wasn't pretty.  So I helped more; I nudged, I held, I made it worse.  After a quick break and a regroup,...

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Want to get better at something? Get a coach.

We couldn't agree more. Watch Atul Gawande's must-see talk below... "How do professionals get better at what they do? How do they get great? And there are two views about this. One is the traditional pedagogical view. That is that you go to school, you study, you...

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Agile development with HR Examiner

Curious about how you can apply short cycle interactions as seen in manufacturing and software to leadership development? And want to know what broccoli has to do with it? Listen to the podcast interview...

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Adeption makes NASDAQ milestone!

Carl Sanders-Edwards, CEO and founder of Adeption, rung the NASDAQ stock exchange bell, to celebrate his graduation from NASDAQ Milestone Makers this week. Carl’s photo and the Adeption logo were displayed on Times Square at the same time. The prestigious 12-week...

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Talking development with HR.com

Connecting with the folks at HR.com. How do leaders learn? Taking deliberate actions that are aligned with what is important to them and their organizations, and supported by social connections / community. What’s our noble purpose? Democratizing leadership...

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ATDtk 2018

A summary of Carl Sanders-Edwards' recent talk at ATDtk 2018. Are we optimizing for the wrong problem? Getting our leaders to know more, rather than apply or act on what they know? Carl suggests taking action is more important than overloading our already-busy leaders...

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