Target Practice: How To Properly Address Individual Failures

It may not be easy, but a willingness to address the individuals who are responsible for a problem – rather than the group as a whole – is an essential component of leadership, says CIO John Mason.

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Edith Dees, President & CEO, CAPSYN (Former Longtime CIO), Chapter 1

Consulting after 20+ years as CIO
Reflecting on 10 years at Holy Spirit
Chance to redefine the CIO role — “It was love at first sight.”
Visible leadership & accountability
Change management strategy — “This is what’s going to happen”
Staff education curriculum
“It was a night-and-day satisfier.”

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Owning Your Issues

Like it or not, your issues influence those you lead. Therefore, it’s critical to gain power over your issues by finding someone and talking straight with them, writes CIO Bill Rieger.

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Seven Lessons In Leadership

From modeling positive behaviors to knowing when to hit pause on a major project to developing lasting relationships, Kate Huvane Gamble shares gems from 7 great leaders.

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The Difficult Conversation Leaders Must Have

“I would not loan you a dime!” he exclaimed. Your behavior is unacceptable and I am surprised you even have the audacity to come in the bank in the first place. You are in the situation you are in because you failed to take responsibility for your actions. You will just have to figure another […]

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