Should Your Leaders All Think Alike?


I sometimes wonder why making great decisions seems to be such a challenge for many leaders and their teams.  Consider this scenario.  There are four key decision-makers in a meeting speaking about a process that is not working.  Feelings are running high and there is a great deal of heated debate.  Everyone has […]


Left-Brain.. Right Brain Thinker..Which are You?

How do you feel about the topic of the left brain-right brain and its benefit to the performance of leaders and teams?  Here is why I am asking.  It seems to me that this extremely effective concept, that has enhanced the performance of leaders and teams around the world, is seriously misunderstood. Some […]


Great Leaders Break the Rules

Great Leaders are Free of Dogma

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Dallas Morning News Article from 2005 Still Accurate Today

I was rearranging my office and found a copy of the article below that Cheryl Hall from the Dallas Morning News wrote about my whole brain work in 2005.  It is fascinating to see how relevant it still is today; in fact, how vital right brain thinking is for getting through the recession and building a powerful […]