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Deliberately developing organisations and the harrison assessment

Deliberately Developing Organisations and the Harrison Assessment: Soulmates

I recently read, “An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization,” by Robert Kegan and Lisa Kaskow Lahey (2016) and I went crazy highlighting passages. This work is so important, so inspiring, and so intelligent, I just can’t say enough about it; I urge you to read it as soon as you possibly can. And,…

Assessing culture fit is this even possible

Assessing Culture-Fit: Is This Even Possible?

High performing organisations can be quite obsessive about their CULTURE as both a market differentiator and as a guiding force for decision-making. These organisations tend to be extremely careful to bring new people in who match the culture well. By ‘culture”, we can use this definition: “the organisation’s vital Purpose, its distinctive and enduring Philosophy…

leadership coaching Chesterfield team players

Beyond Hungry, Humble, and Smart

Ideal Team-players In 2016 Patrick Lencioni brought out the follow-up book to his The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, “The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate the Three Essential Virtues” [1]. Ideal team players, as Lencioni describes them, are Hungry, Humble and (emotionally) Smart – these are his “3 Virtues.” It is rare for people with only…

Enjoyment Theory

Dale Carnegie, the famous author and developer of self-improvement training, is quoted as saying “People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing” Is it fun or enjoyment that makes us want to stay with a job or career? Can we really be successful if we don’t enjoy or have fun in…

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