Category Archives: Culture

How CEOs Build Company-Wide Results

By Allen Pratt, Member, Executive Leadership Alliance International “Remember teamwork begins by building trust. And the only way to do that is to overcome our need for invulnerability.” ― Patrick Lencioni, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable. … Continue reading

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Situational Leadership

By William Witkewicz, Chairman of Executive Leadership Alliance Some believe that an important characteristic of leadership is stability and consistency. Others indicate that flexibility is critical, given the dynamic environment leaders face. I know several of the blogs on our … Continue reading

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Is a Nonprofit Board Chairman More a Referee or Cheerleader?

By Joe Gurreri, Member, Executive Leadership Alliance International What is the ideal metaphor for the role of a nonprofit Board Chairman? With Super Bowl season upon us, the choice between Referee or Cheerleader seems timely. I have led a variety … Continue reading

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MANAGING CHANGE EFFECTIVELY

By Philip W. Bertram, Member, Executive Leadership Alliance International As leaders, our stakeholders often ask us to catalyze or lead change. Whether hired into new positions or asked to turnaround our existing business, we receive requests to dramatically improve results, … Continue reading

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