Press Room

10 Things Effective Leaders Do to Encourage Innovation

By Dr. Evans Baiya,, December 2017

When I work with companies on innovation projects, whether it’s industry-changing new products and services or smaller-scale ideas to streamline internal processes, I often see leaders and their teams struggling to freely ideate and really dive into the brainstorm process. When they do finally get there, it’s a big aha moment, but it takes a while.

How Childhood Lessons Can Help You Face Change Without Fear

By Courtney Feider,, December 2017

Just when change and disruption are at epic levels, everyone is afraid and disengaging.

The Heart of Leadership: Seeing Ourselves and Seeing Others

By Andy Johnson,, December 2017

Is Your Idea Good Enough?

By Dr. Evans Baiya, Innovation Enterprise, September 2017

3 Reasons Innovation Fails

By Ron Price,, June 2017

Innovation is a tough dart to land for many companies. Most organizations see the value of innovation, whether it be internal innovation that revamps processes and systems, or external innovation that creates a new product or service. They might even succeed in rallying teams around the idea of innovation and getting people excited about the possibilities, only to fall short before hitting the bullseye.

5 Things Successful Leaders Don’t Say

By Ryan Lisk,, February 2017

“I am the expert of my intention, but you are the expert of my impact.”

This popular leadership catch phrase is one of the reasons many leaders struggle today. How many times have you had a conversation with someone only to learn they interpreted your message differently than you intended? Or found they were hung up on one phrase or word, completely missing the point?

Stop Wasting the Talent of Your Chief Creative Officer

By Courtney Feider,, December 2016

These days hiring a Chief Creative Officer is all the rage. Many companies see the value of bringing brand management and direction in house, and having someone who is entrenched in company culture oversee creative direction.

Using Pulse Feedback To Lead Your Team: 6 steps for you

By Dr. Ranjit Nair,, August 2016

Feel your pulse. You know those frequent, short bursts that beat consistently? That’s what you should try to emulate when you give employee feedback. Think about it: If your heart only beat occasionally, your body would shut down. That’s similar to what can happen on a project or a team when feedback is not given at regular intervals.

5 Essential Measurements for Making the Right Hire

By Dr. Ranjit Nair,, July 2016

Effective talent management starts with hiring the right employees—those who can help a company build value and delight its customers.