5 results for author: Patrick Lencioni


How Nice Leaders Become Angry

Anger is a funny emotion. No, check that. It's not funny. It's angry. But it is often strange and hard to understand. That’s especially true when otherwise affable or thoughtful people become leaders and start to exhibit anger more and more frequently. ...
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Help Fight the War for Jobs

I don’t think it's hyperbole to say that there is a war going on, but most people think it is only a medical war being fought by the brave men and women in hospitals, health care facilities and laboratories. In fact, there are multiple fronts in this ...
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A Few Thoughts for Leaders and Managers

In this unprecedented and uncertain time, many leaders and managers are wondering what they can do to help the people in their charge. To a certain extent, this will depend on the situation. Some leaders are still working with their people in-person, ...
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The Pinnacle of a Successful Company Is…

Brace yourself for this. It's not pretty. The pinnacle of a successful company, the quintessential activity that makes success possible, is a CEO's weekly staff meeting. Yes. A staff meeting. Now, if you've read any of my books or essays, you know that ...
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The Tragedy of a Pathological Leader

I recently read the book, Bad Blood, by The Wall Street Journal's John Carreyrou, and couldn’t put it down. It is the fascinating and frightening story of Theranos and its pathologically ambitious founder. For those that don't know about Theranos, here ...
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