Interesting perspectives from Ajay Banga, president and CEO of Mastercard: “Inclusive capitalism” - Ajay Banga is a good example of a growing number of CEOs that are searching for ways to show that they care about more than boosting short-term profits and stock prices. Banga...

In work with our client-partners we often come across artifacts of previous consulting projects. It’s worth digging into a couple of examples. In the first case the client spent hundreds of thousand of dollars on culture and strategy work from a big management consulting firm....

In 2003 Lego’s sales had fallen off a cliff, dropping 35% in the United States and 29% worldwide, culminating a year later in the biggest loss in the company's history - $280 million. In 2004, Lego was in pieces, with predatory private-equity firms circling like sharks...

We strongly encourage the organizations, leaders and teams we work with to (1) define your why / purpose and (2) use your why / purpose as your “North Star.”  Be intentional – use your purpose to guide your journey.  Factor your purpose into every decision...

Originally published on 10/14/19 at https://multipliersale.com/2019/10/14/the-intersection-of-pain-and-progress/  At the intersection of pain and progress lies prosperity. Think about that for a moment. When you do, you may realize that there is no prosperity without progress, but there is also no progress without pain.  Progress can cause a great...

As coaches and champions of people, those that support individuals and organizations to grow have a unique opportunity. We have the privilege of motivating and inspiring people to take action which impacts groups, teams and communities. There is nothing greater than watching a direct report,...

“So what do you do?” says an Italian relative at one of many family events. “I’m a corporate trainer,” I say while cringing inside. It’s just the easiest thing to say so that people will understand quickly. “So, you show up and do trainings for...

We are passionate about supporting leaders on their journey of growth and development. Many of the leaders we work with are professionals with interesting perspectives we are compelled to share. This month, we welcome guest blogger Brian Gooden's thoughts regarding his search for meaningfulness and his...

Just what is the difference between all of these different modalities? To better understand what coaching IS, it helps to understand the subtle differences that lie between it and some other helping relationships. Find out more from Stephanie Licata below:   ...

Habits are developed over a period of a long time, and are the product of continuous doing of something that is either harmless, fruitful, or harmful. There is plenty of research out there about what’s good or bad for our physical health, but what about...