Archive for category: Multipliers

Why Managers Fail

With managers accounting for 70 percent of the variance in employee engagement scores, having a manager fail is common. But why do managers fail? I also answer these questions; Why should the term manager be replaced with the term coach? What is the reason a manager exists? What is the difference between a leader and a manager?     d Read More...

With managers accounting for 70 percent of the variance in employee engagement scores, having a manager fail is common. But why do managers fail? I also answer these questions; Why should the term manager be replaced with the term coach? What is the reason a manager exists? What is the difference between a leader and a manager?     d Read More...

6 types of accidental diminishers

In Liz Wisemans book Multipliers she identified the two types of leaders, Multipliers and Diminishers. This infographic identifies the 6 types of accidental diminisher. It shows what the Diminisher is intending to achieve, and what that outcome ultimately is. Read More...

In Liz Wisemans book Multipliers she identified the two types of leaders, Multipliers and Diminishers. This infographic identifies the 6 types of accidental diminisher. It shows what the Diminisher is intending to achieve, and what that outcome ultimately is. Read More...

Summit highlights; Critical Numbers; Rick Kash; Multipliers

May 2014 Evolution Partners Newsletter   “The first requisite of success is the ability to apply your physical and mental energies to one challenge without growing weary.” — Thomas Edison   A word from Brad After returning from the Growth Summit in Sydney in early March I have provided a few highlights below and will provide further highlights in upcoming editions. Next on my agenda is the Fortune Growth Summit in Las Vegas later this year with Ben Horowitz from Silicon Read More...

May 2014 Evolution Partners Newsletter   “The first requisite of success is the ability to apply your physical and mental energies to one challenge without growing weary.” — Thomas Edison   A word from Brad After returning from the Growth Summit in Sydney in early March I have provided a few highlights below and will provide further highlights in upcoming editions. Next on my agenda is the Fortune Growth Summit in Las Vegas later this year with Ben Horowitz from Silicon Read More...

Painful Leadership Question

Do you need to be the one in the room seen as having all the answers or do you draw out the genius that’s within others in solving many of the complex problems facing business today? Does everyone seem to get dumber the longer they work for you? The most painful leadership book I’ve ever read is the new bestseller Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wiseman and Greg Mckeown. It raises a fundamental question about leadership, one that has been waiting to Read More...

Do you need to be the one in the room seen as having all the answers or do you draw out the genius that’s within others in solving many of the complex problems facing business today? Does everyone seem to get dumber the longer they work for you? The most painful leadership book I’ve ever read is the new bestseller Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter by Liz Wiseman and Greg Mckeown. It raises a fundamental question about leadership, one that has been waiting to Read More...

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