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How should OKRs be measured?

In a word: Regularly. In two words: Regularly and Repeatedly. The fact is that OKRs are a feedback process that requires regular practice. Objectives are WHAT is to be achieved. They are qualitative, subjective, and significant. For instance, "increase revenue" or...

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Can Virtual Learning Help Your Team?

YES- You CAN Gain Competitive Advantages for Your Team or Business with our AD-FIT™ Virtual Learning Hello friends, If you aren’t growing, you’re dying. Listen to your intuition. Look at your key measures. It’s not that you don’t want to improve… you are just so busy!...

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Good Leaders Hire Guides…

"In my experience as CEO, I found that the most important decisions tested my courage far more than my intelligence. Every time you make the hard, correct decision you become a bit more courageous, and every time you make the easy,  wrong decision you become a bit...

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Values and Behavior-Based Coaching 101

One of my clients asked how to summarize the events of a new board meeting. He was an observer, there were 6 active board members, and his company invested in the board so that he could represent their business interests. He asked, "How do I track each leader?" We...

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What is a Certified Objectives and Key Results) OKR Leader?

Someone who looks like YOU and leads outcome-based change in teams and organizations. The digital course is described here. Testimonials from training participants are here. A copy of YOUR CERTIFICATE as a CERTIFIED OKR LEADER is below: For more details, to download...

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Why become a psychologist?

Recently I was asked to give career advice. This reply can be used by anyone in any career, or any manager tasked with measuring the value of their investment. The career question was: What area of study is better for a career in industrial/organizational psychology?...

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How much of the pie do YOU get in your organization?

Distributed Ownership Tips for Family Businesses By: Doug Gray, Ph.D., The Family Business Consulting Group Many family business leaders describe ownership as a linchpin of their enterprise. Some, fearing family conflict and business indecision, seek ways to limit the...

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Culture and Change…

All business leaders share the same fear, which may be a mantra: “Please God, don’t let me screw it up on my watch…”. But how do you know what to change and what to retain? 1.  What is the role of culture in business?  I have never worked with clients who...

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How to Comply with Human Capital Reporting Rules Today

How to Comply with Human Capital Reporting Rules in 3 Steps Guest article from John R. Mattox, II, Ph.D., Action Learning Associates People drive value for organizations, now more than ever.  Too many managers and leaders struggle with quantifying that value. They do...

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