Monday, December 09, 2019

Business Metamorphosis






Many executives and entrepreneurs I engage with tell me that they want to take their business to the next level. But with this approach they usually continue to compete in the same space. By doing so they often need to invest a lot of time, money, energy and resources to achieve an incremental improvement.

Taking your business to a new dimension may often require less effort than trying to work your way up to the next level. But you may need to go through a process of business metamorphosis.

Usually this requires you to laser-focus your intention and stop doing many of the things that have been eating up your time. By concentrating on doing very few really important things exceptionally well, our clients get to experience exponential business growth and profit.

Interestingly the key to effective business metamorphosis is often to be found in the corporate blind spot. Once you allow yourself to see what you normally can’t, effective business transformation shifts from being a much-debated concept to becoming an attractive, tangible reality.

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Monday, December 02, 2019

Creative Conflict




Not all conflict is bad.

Actually, conflict is often a sign of strong emotional engagement.

No, I am not advocating a conflict culture like many consulting gurus out there.

And I agree that too much of a good thing can be destructive.

If you allow conflict to escalate and get out of hand, your relationships may become permanently damaged…

But if you defuse every conflict immediately in your desire to restore harmony, the energy required to make positive change happen may evaporate in the process, too. 

I usually only get really worried when things seem to have gone very quiet in my client organizations. 

If you are a parent, you probably know that you need to go and check on your kids when they have been too quiet for a long time.

Recently I have been asked by several large corporations to conduct conflict resolution workshops with their leadership teams. 

But instead of trying to defuse the conflicts they may be experiencing as quickly as possible, I ask them to leverage, focus and direct the powerful energy inherent in these conflicts in a creative manner. 

By learning how to orchestrate and manage conflict in ways that ensure a high level of emotional engagement, cognitive tension and creative energy, these business leaders are able to generate much better solutions, as well as a stronger sense of commitment and cohesiveness, with all parties involved.

Learn more about how to orchestrate conflict creatively at: