Bryan Franklin in the Green Room

  • The Surprising Myth About Executive Team Alignment
    1 month ago

    I think one of the most common myths about executive team alignment has to do with the idea of who’s on the bus.  There was a book, “Good to Great”, by Jim Collins that popularized this idea of making sure that you know that you’ve got the right people on the bus first. Figure out…

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  • Get Rid of Commitment Conflict Once and For All
    2 months ago

    Jennifer Russell, fellow coach and co-founder of Mind Money Meaning, wrote a blog post last week that carried a really important message for entrepreneurs… Are you really committed to what you say you are? She points out that there’s a dissonance between what you consider yourself to be committed to and what you’re really committed…

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  • How Frustration Helps You Become a Better Leader
    2 months ago

    The job of a leader is to have vision. To see a possibility that others hadn’t seen, to be the first one to believe in it, and to share that faith and belief with the people who have the biggest impact on turning that possibility into a reality. But frustration often arises when the possibility…

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  • Your Team is More Out of Alignment than You Think
    3 months ago

    What most people assume about their organization or about any other person is that they have a much, much greater shared reality and perspective than really exists.  If the person you’re speaking to agrees with your point of view, the natural human reaction is to assume that this agreement extends to alignment on every aspect…

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  • Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Business
    3 months ago

    You’ve just hit a plateau and now you want to shift things back into growth mode. You need to get your business on a growth track again so you can bust through that glass ceiling. I’m going to give you a few action steps that any entrepreneur or CEO can take to revitalize a business……

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