Tag Archives: Jim Collins

What Would You Stop Doing?

In his book, Hungry! Fuelling Your Best Game, hockey great Ryan Walter shares his experiences and learnings while a “hockey expert” in the Disney film, Miracle. His work with Director Gavin O’Connor provided a great insight to his leadership teachings … Continue reading

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The Elephant Keeps Walking

A wise teacher from India shared this insight: The elephant keeps walking as the dogs keep barking. It is a powerful metaphor for great leaders as they strive to take themselves, their people and their organizations, as Jim Collins says, from … Continue reading

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Fill Your Life with Firsts

In a recent Harvard Business Review blog post, Bill Taylor, co-founder and editor of Fast Company Magazine, shares important lesson with great leaders to avoid being stuck. He refers to John Gardner’s famous speech, Personal Renewal, to McKinsey & Company addressing … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Many Voices Creating One Song

A very dear friend recently shared with me composer and conductor Eric Whitacre’s TED video, A Virtual Choir 2,000 Voices Strong.  It is Whitacre’s beautiful and incredible story of creating a choir of voices from across the world – collecting the blended … Continue reading

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