Susan M Diehl's Blog – April 2010 Archive (3)

Appreciative Inquiry--Leverage your Strengths

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I was raised in an environment where we were consumed with “fixing” ourselves. Perhaps this came from my family's immigrant roots and the driving need to “fit in” or not to stand out (at least in bad ways). I always sought to do a good job, but I put limitations on myself in terms of getting better, as I focused so…

Added by Susan M Diehl on April 15, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

How to Build Enduring Organizations

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I must reveal my bias up front. I am fascinated with the business organization. After many years as a lawyer, looking at business from the outside in, I wanted to know what makes it tick and why certain organizations are successful and the vast majority of others fail. It was in this context that I came upon my current philosophy of a successful business organization:… Continue

Added by Susan M Diehl on April 4, 2010 at 7:44am — 4 Comments

Emotional Intelligence: Shadow of the Leader

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The very first CEO for whom I worked consistently referred to the importance of the "Shadow of the Leader”. His demeanor spoke of modesty and humility--no corporate jets, no extravagant cars or homes, and graciousness to all whom he encountered. Was he perfect? No, in fact he had tendencies towards micromanagement and, under stress, his graciousness bordered on… Continue

Added by Susan M Diehl on April 4, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

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