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The Globe and Mail cites Leadership Excellence article by Randy White

We’re happy to see that Toronto’s daily newspaper picked up an excerpt from Randy White’s article in Leadership Excellence for its “Monday Manager” column. He (Randy White) contends that proponents of the so-called “strengths movement” seem to be passing out[...]

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“Training Magazine Network” podcast on “the perils of playing to your strengths”

Randy White offers this audio clip on the drawbacks of strengths-based leadership in this podcast session for Training Magazine. Training Magazine Network provides a lively social networking environment for learning executives. You may need to log in to hear the[...]

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Today’s leaders must thrive on uncertainty

Randy White writes on uncertainty in American Executive magazine… Uncertainty is an increasing reality for today’s executives. Those who can thrive as they charge toward the unknown share a predictable mix of savvy, attitude, and behavior. In this era of[...]

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Cambria’s new Coach-O-Matic?

There are some things your best friend should tell you, so we’ll politely challenge a news release from Cambria Consulting, a firm we’ve admired for years. We wished they had asked for some outside feedback before launching their latest instrument.[...]

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March 4, 2009, 15 leadership experts challenge the strength-based leadership movement

The following authors have contributed to the book The Perils of Accentuating the Positive, available TODAY… Michael J. Benson, PhD, manager leadership assessment, Johnson & Johnson Steven Berglas, PhD, UCLA Anderson School of Management. Anand Chandrasekar, research associate with the[...]

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Leadership indicators amidst ambiguity.

We’re crossing the globe—in the last 30 days, India, England, South Africa, France…Upstate New York, Ohio and Texas—and can attest, there is a world-wide glut of talent. One client tells us there has never had so much good talent to[...]

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Business Leadership Review: Did our strengths get us to this point of weakness?

Dr. Randall P. White, Lecturer at Duke Corporate Education in London & Principal of Executive Development Group Abstract Reckless is an understatement. Barrelling forward with our greatest strength—growth at any cost—may have led to our greatest weakness as the US[...]

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A very important cause: Save the Children

This year the BBC children’s television show Blue Peter chose Save the Children as its world service project. The girl in the green and yellow was one of five children selected to receive aid from this collaborative project. Each year[...]

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Facing Uncertainty: American Executive

If there’s a fork in the road, take it: Leaders who used uncertainty to their advantage by Dr. Randall P. White Uncertainty is an increasing reality for today’s executives. Those who can thrive as they charge toward the unknown share[...]

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Who stays and who goes? 5 questions you need to ask

This article appeared in the Triad Business Journal. The above image is a movie still from the 1967 film Play Time. by Dr. Randall P. White Right here on Elm Street the economy is forcing some tough questions: “Will I[...]

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