Ask Anyway… Even If You Know the Answer

By Alan Weisenberger Good leaders know the power of good questions. Not just because of the information they surface, but even more because of how they impact the asker, the answerer, and everyone else in the room. In short, our brains engage differently when we hear...

Skills to Create Culture (2/3)

By Alan Weisenberger Building Safety, Sharing Vulnerability, Establishing Purpose Sharing Vulnerability Successful groups manage to get past the posturing and politicking that prevents average groups from synergizing their intelligence into something greater than the...

Skills to Create Culture (Part 1/3)

By: Alan Weisenberger Building Safety, Sharing Vulnerability, Establishing Purpose Gregg Popovich, head coach of the San Antonio Spurs is the longest tenured active coach in any major U.S. sports league. He’s led the Spurs to all five of their NBA Championships....

What Does Good Character Look Like?

By: Alan Weisenberger Would you prefer to hire people of good character or bad character? Silly question…perhaps even sillier is to ask whether you want to be known as a person of good character or bad. But what is good character? There are countless adjectives that...

10 Signs Your Company is Healthy

By Ronald A. Feher “You’re in pretty good shape for the shape you are in.” – Dr. Seuss How do you know if you’re healthy? You can’t really tell by how you look or feel. There may be things going on in your body that you couldn’t know about on your own. So how do you...

The Challenge of Changing Culture

By Alan Weisenberger I once had responsibility for a large technology project that never delivered on its objectives. We had a team of highly skilled people with a great track record of successful projects. They used processes that had succeeded repeatedly in the...