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Finding Your Integrator: Are you really ready?

As a Visionary, your eyes are always on the big picture, audacious goals, new ideas and growth, growth, growth. For the most part, this is a great thing; it’s why you’ve gotten this far in your business. But even the fastest sports cars in the world are made with brakes. At times you need to ...

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Compared to What?

I regularly have breakfast with a friend.  She is a former colleague, we have had many similar life experiences and we have come to know each other quite well.  She always begins our conversations by asking me how I’m doing.   On one particular occasion, instead of giving the usual rote answer of ...

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Let’s Retire Touchy-Feely and Kumbaya Once and For All

This week’s post on KeyStone Search’s Culture, Leadership and Alignment Blog was kindly contributed by Leigh Bailey, founder and CEO of The Bailey Group. The Bailey Group partners with CEOs and their executive teams to provide clarity and alignment during uncertain times, ensuring that companies ...

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CEO Search is a 3 Step Process

Serving on a search committee tasked with hiring a new CEO is not for the faint of heart. It’s an exhaustive process and unfortunately it’s right up there with parenting in regards to being “thankless”. If you get it right, you may get a few small kudos, but if you get it wrong, you’ll likely be ...

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The War for Leadership

We’ve all heard the scary numbers regarding baby boomer retirements; Some 96M boomers to retire in the next 10 or so years, with only 46M Millennials behind them to fill in the gap.

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