Leadership Quarterly

A Conscious Practice of Becoming

January, 2015 | by Katherine Anderson
As I reflected upon the year that has fallen away and the new one now upon us, I have been drawn to share a few thoughts that inspire me as I take stock, enliven meaningful priorities and begin anew in my personal and professional leadership practice for staying the course. […]

LeaderFire: The Alchemy of Transformation (An Internet Audio Series)

April, 2014 | by Bob Anderson
The Leadership Circle Profile, and its underlying Unified Model of Leadership, was developed by Bob Anderson.  His purpose was to create an assessment and development process that is deep enough and complex enough to match the complexity of the challenges leaders face today.   We know that effective leaders out perform […]

Business Results and Effective Leadership – “Effective Leaders Outperform Ineffective Leaders every time.”

March, 2014 | by W. A. (Bill) Adams
Leaders are experiencing expanding global competition, accelerating pace of change, mind-numbing complexity, and increasing instability.  We work with leaders all over the world and most are seeing a growing gap between the rate at which complexity is increasing and their own capacity to lead.  This leaves us with the questions; […]

High Forms of The Reactive: Experiments on The Other Side of Fear

October, 2013 | by Dan Holden
I had just climbed to Inspiration Point, overlooking Santa Barbara, and was on my way down when I got the call that would change everything. My younger sister, Nikki, told me she had just been diagnosed with Stage Four ovarian cancer. When she died 22 months later her passing awakened […]

High Forms of The Reactive: Experiments on The Other Side of Fear

October, 2013 | by Dan Holden
I had just climbed to Inspiration Point, overlooking Santa Barbara, and was on my way down when I got the call that would change everything. My younger sister, Nikki, told me she had just been diagnosed with Stage Four ovarian cancer. When she died 22 months later her passing awakened […]

What is Your Leadership Imperative?

July, 2012 | by Andrew Bennett
We live in a world of increasing ambiguity, uncertainty, volatility, and market disruption where leaders must have the ability to continually reinvent their organizations in response to accelerated change.

People Don’t Care How Much You Know, Until They Know How Much You Care

June, 2012 | by Michael O'Connor
After weeks of procrastination, I finally gave in and took the family laptop to the technical support desk at one of those big box electronics stores.

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