Posts Tagged ‘Michael Hudson’

Supporting staff in contributing to strategic planning

Supporting staff in contributing to strategic planning

Staff members often see strategic planning as unfamiliar and threatening. It means change, and especially in smaller organizations with long-tenured teams, change can be difficult and significantly disruptive. Employees need to understand that change will [...]

7 reasons strategy doesn’t get executed

7 reasons strategy doesn’t get executed

Over the past 30 years I’ve asked business leaders across an array of industries how well their current strategy is working, and heard a wide range of answers. Some changed the subject (aka, dodged [...]

Develop your ‘leader voice’

Develop your ‘leader voice’

“Every time you have to speak, you are auditioning for leadership.” ~ James Humes Imagine you’re part of the leadership team of a credit union that has had its culture change (and not in a [...]

Yes, the introduction matters

Yes, the introduction matters

“A poor introduction can derail even the best speech.” ~ Michael Hudson Chances are that in the past couple of months you’ve attended at least one education or training session, convention keynote, or business presentation. [...]

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