The Organizational Development Muse

Long-sight

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

 
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Do you have 5 years of patience?

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

A question I frequently ask CEOs is whether the ownership/board and C-Suite executives have five years of patience.
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Topics: process design, Organizational Transformation, executive leadership, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, Change Management, executive learning, identifying adaptive change, leading organizational change, process chaplaincy

The Steward Leader Does Not Know Everything

Posted by Mark L. Vincent

The designation of Steward Leader is becoming more widely known. The Steward Leader believes they are granted a trust for the welfare of the organization they serve and all who connect to it. The Steward Leader, therefore, takes the long view of personal and organizational transformation. They are happy for short-term gains, but only with the long-view in mind.

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Topics: process design, process consulting, organizational knowledge, organizational learning, organizational development consulting, Organizational Transformation, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, Whorled Viewz, organizational design, steward leadership