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Everyone Leading

Everyone Leading

Posted on 22. Apr, 2011 by .

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Tweet Truly great teams are places where everyone leads. While most organisations are content to build leadership structures, the best companies instead build leadership cultures. Leadership is more than a title, a job description, a corner office or place on the org chart. Leadership is as much about how we carry ourselves, and how we […]

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Green Light Policy

Green Light Policy

Posted on 14. Sep, 2010 by .

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Tweet Most teams have their default setting set to “wait”. If you see an opportunity, write a plan, submit it to the right people, chase it up, wait for a decision to be handed down. Wait. If there’s a problem, tell the right person about it or ask what you’re allowed to do about it. […]

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Loan Car Syndrome

Loan Car Syndrome

Posted on 06. Sep, 2009 by .

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Tweet Years ago a friend’s father had a car accident and was given a loan car over a long weekend by the smash repairer. Since the father didn’t need the car, his son’s friends hatched a plan to get away for the weekend… to Uluru (Ayers Rock)… half way across Australia from Sydney. Driving and […]

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What do you believe? How To Build A Movement, Not Just A Company

What do you believe? How To Build A Movement, Not Just A Company

Posted on 03. May, 2009 by .

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Tweet I’m writing a project about the vital differences between ordinary companies and those that become ‘something more’. Inspired by the legendary likes of Apple, Google, Harley Davidson and those rare businesses that somehow seem to transcend being just a product or a service and instead engender raw energy and deep loyalty from those that […]

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