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Alignment: A Transformational Process

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  Organizational alignment is a transformational leadership process, requiring extensive, multidirectional communication, with deep listening and dialogue, not edicts from the top. Alignment is a “we” process, not an “I” process. It is is a back-and-forth, up, down, and sideways leadership process that should touch everyone in the organization, even some outside stakeholders on some steps. Alignment takes time and patience. It can be messy and frustrating, requiring many midcourse corrections, but it is worth every step for achieving and sustaining a high-performance organization. We have just published a whitepaper on Alignment, which is now available on our website. Please click here to access the full document: Collaborative Alignment: A Transformational Leadership Process. For additional resources on alignment, you may wish to see our blog from last year: Is Your   …Continue Reading


Leadership in a Horizontal World

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Guest Blog by Charles H. Green   Leadership’s not what it used to be. There used to be leaders, and followers. Leaders were the few, the chosen. They were charismatic, insightful, inspiring. They seemed to be born (and then maybe tuned up), rather than made. High performers were the audience for leadership development programs, which targeted the select, high-potential few. Those few would get promoted into “positions of leadership,” where they were in charge of large groups of resources: both people and financial. And from those positions, they would “lead” the vast number of others, the followers. Of course, it’s not exactly like that now. As Dorothy said to Toto in The Wizard of Oz: “We’re not in Kansas anymore.” Nowadays, it’s easy to see that the old leadership was   …Continue Reading