Browsing All posts tagged under »leadership«

An A.R.K. for the Frozen Middle

February 8, 2015 by

0

Front line leadership sees the attention of those that work below them as well as those that work above them. They have a level of responsibility that keeps them on someone’s radar. Middle managers, however, tend to be the frozen middle. They have the power to influence and drive change, but get little of the […]

Be Where Your Feet Are…

January 20, 2015 by

0

You are often told that you have to think and move two steps ahead, act like you are where you are trying to go. That advice is great, but what they forget to tell you is that you also need to be where your feet are… It’s call being present with foresight. Failure to be […]

What Leadership Isn’t…

January 18, 2015 by

0

If you have “yes men” following you, you aren’t a leader, you’re in trouble ~ The Cognoscenti LLC © 2012

2015 is Here, Are You?

January 18, 2015 by

0

New Year, new you, right? Well if you are ready for that shift in your thinking and doing as a leader and/or organization, let us help you redefine and refine your leadership and help with your OD solutions!

#TOTD: Leadership Legacy

June 12, 2014 by

0

Leadership Quotes

January 17, 2014 by

0

This video shares some pretty awesome thoughts regarding leadership, specifically the qualities of a leader.  For those in leadership roles or looking to become a leader, here are some thoughts on the qualities of a leader…

Famous Failures via Motivating Sucess

November 4, 2013 by

0

One of the most noted and contested paradoxes of leadership can be found in the success of failure. Leadership requires that we sometimes make decisions based on assumptions and limited or inaccurate information. As a result, we are at a risk of failure. Rather than allow the failure to defeat us, as leaders we must […]