Decision Making - How many execs does it take to change a lightbulb?

Posted on April 23, 2013 by Emer O'Donnell

We’ve all heard the jokes about the number of (insert relevant profession) it takes to change a lightbulb. But recently I witnessed an exercise that got me thinking – when we ask groups of people to work together effectively, do we give enough thought as to how that group will make a decision?

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Posted in: Startups, Decision Making

Three great leadership lessons - inspired by Declan Kidney

Posted on April 05, 2013 by Paul O'Dea

Declan Kidney knows that professional sports team management is brutish. Wins are quickly forgotten and sentiment turns quickly toxic when results don't meet expectations. Most leaders performance evaluation is conducted in private. Not so for a professional coach, even a Monday morning pundit (like myself) feels we have a right to review the coaches performance.

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Posted in: Leadership