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  • How can you bridge the understanding gap? Tell stories that make a difference.

    Both the CEO and the frontline worker are too close to the story to see it from every angle. And yet we all want the whole picture. It helps us learn new things, trust others, build empathy and reach our potential. In my consulting...

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  • Breathe

    I coach some talented executives but they still struggle with leadership. They spend much of their day leading from a place that is addicted to speed and multitasking, thriving on chaos. The result, they are unable to sustain the pace, and they are missing...

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  • Are U leading from the future?

    Are U leading from the future? I was challenged with this question when I was introduced to Dr. C. Otto Scharmer at the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV)’s conference in Berlin three years ago. He introduced us to the application of his...

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  • Identifying and Managing Unsolvable Problems

    Wicked problems can keep us up late at night. We’ve all been there.  We thought we got something solved only to have a new issue emerge which we now try to resolve.  Then once that’s solved, the other issue returns again!  What’s going on?...

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  • Concluding: Exceptional leadership in a fragmented world

    Organizational Systems Review Research Insights At Tekara, we provide communication reviews and audits across industries and North American geographies. In the last ten years, we have mapped the communication process and flows for government ministries, crown corporations, manufacturers, broadcasters, and retailers. What we have...

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  • Employee Engagement Numbers 2014 – The Gap

    Post 3 of 4 in the series TWI Surveys administers employee engagement surveys and maintains a normative data bank of 100 questions. Each question represents a minimum of 10,000 employee opinions. When the senior leadership team is assessed using an employee engagement survey, the...

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  • What Happens Between Talented Leaders and Employees

    Executive 360 Highlights Great Leadership

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  • Leadership – What if we don’t know you have it?

    What if our employees thought we were something we were not as leaders? It turns out they attribute much of what they see to leadership.

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  • Let me hear your body talk: what your words don’t say

    That’s the power of non-verbal communication. Fact is that up to 90 per cent of your message is communicated through your actions. Which leaves you with a scanty 10 per cent to convey meaning through the words coming out of your mouth. Regardless of…

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  • Sailing the Winds of Change: How to Pick Your Crew

    Effectively leading an individual, team or organization through change requires role clarity. Taking the time — upfront and deliberately – to define each role, recruit the right person, expert or leader goes a long way toward successful change initiatives.

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  • Leading Through Complexity

    How as a leader do you lead when you are not sure yourself – when the issues are complex? The answer is leading with an open heart.

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  • Why We Continue to Struggle with Strategy 2,500 Years Later

    There have been volumes written about strategy in various forms since Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War around 500BC. We have over 2,500 years of thought behind strategy. Given the sheer number of hours spent and calories burned thinking about strategy, two questions require consideration:...

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  • Taking a Leap: It’s the Catalyst For Growth

    “If you not growing, you’re dying.” Maybe it’s a bit sensationalist, but there’s no better tagline for a management consultant. Scott Perkins of PeopleFirm is taking that mantra to another level, though. In assuming the role of Canadian Market Leader, he’s no longer just...

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  • John Phillips: When Opportunity Knocks, Be Conscious

    John Phillips joined Tekara in the spring of 2013. A seasoned business leader, John was a founding member of Selkirk Financial Technologies, which grew from a tiny startup to a five-time Fast 50 tech company that was eventually acquired by Thomson Reuters.

    John and I…

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  • The Rhythm of Discipline — A Gateway to Getting Your WIG On

    Who doesn’t want to execute better? Regardless of the value found in ‘failing,’ no one is out to do it, and just scrap ‘mediocre’ off the list, it’s worse than failure. The fact is, we’re all in hot pursuit of optimal performance. Yet, despite…

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  • Want the ‘Right’ Focus: Let Yourself Steep

    Twice a year I feel an instinctive tug toward unbridled optimism.  It’s almost as if a switch is flipped and I wake up feeling that anything is possible. In this energized, optimistic frame of mind I look forward to January (extending well into the...

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  • Transforming Our Impact: An Interview with Peter Lee

    What led you to follow organizational development (OD) as a career? I had a fantastic mentor. Someone who saw my interest in the field of human resources. She took the time to connect with me and then offered me the chance to spend time...

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  • Live Tweeting: The Neuroscience of Leadership

    Recently, Tekara hosted a leadership event for the IABC/BC.  The session was on the Neuroscience of Leadership, and was led by Dr. Bruce Hiebert, the Chair of Undergraduate Programs at University Canada West and an adjunct professor at the Vancouver School of Theology. Dr....

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  • The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. Bruce Hiebert

    Dr. Bruce Hiebert was the first speaker in a series of events that Tekara is sponsoring with IABC/BC. He was provocative and insightful. At the end of his talk you may not have agreed with all that he was asserting, but I was left...

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  • Q&A with Tekara Partner Ryan Williams, Part I: My Path to Creating Healthy Organizations

    You were already running TWI Surveys successfully. What brought you to Tekara? A big reason was my values alignment with Peter. He has a strong interest to partner and walk with others. Plus, like me, he has a curiosity to learn about other businesses—exploring...

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  • Change for the Better 10 Tips to Ensure Your Organization Embraces Transformation

    Tekara insight by Tracey Wimperly Re “Communication World, Change for the Better” article (Martell and Chisholm) These days, it’s “business as unusual”. I know of no organization that hasn’t gone through change – from tweaks to a successful business model to full-scale transformation. Organizational leaders recognize that...

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  • Stress Management and the Power of Breathing

    The holiday season is here. And we’ve all felt it:  the inescapable feeling we have too much work on our plate, leaving us anxiously wondering how in the world we’ll get it all done without going insane. This time of the year we often...

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  • The Blind Pelican

    Seeing the Truth in Organizational Stories A few years ago, while vacationing in Mexico, we took a bus tour of the local sights. Our chatty tour guide was most entertaining; at every curve in the road, he had another story to share about the...

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  • A Layman’s View: Four Basic Tenets of Change Management

    There have been whole books written on change management, and within Tekara I am not even considered the change expert.  So why am I writing a blog about change management?  The goal is to provide a layman’s perspective.  With over 20 years of consulting,...

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