Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Seeing Our Problems with New Eyes

“Most ailing organizations, notes John Gardner, “have developed a functional blindness to their own defects. They are not suffering because they cannot resolve their problems, but because they cannot see their problems.”

Given how resistant most corporate infrastructures are to change plus how many leaders are suffering from functional blindness, it is a wonder that we can get any thing done on certain days of the week.

Nevertheless, there is a a solution, namely to participate in the Spring 2014 From Vision to Action Executive Roundtable on April 9 - 10 in West Des Moines, Iowa.  Here, you will find executives, leaders and managers who are striving to not only see and better understand their problems, but also to resolve them. In an open and supportive, strategic dialogue, participants will learn, share and explore both their technical and adaptive challenges. The result is always fresh insights and new ideas.

Here is a link for more information on the agenda and how to register for the Spring 2014 From Vision to Action Executive Roundtable:

It is time we see our problems with new eyes and from new perspectives.

Geery Howe, M.A. Consultant, Executive Coach, Trainer in Leadership, Strategic Planning and Organizational Change Morning Star Associates 319 - 643 - 2257

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