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Hi, my name is James. I’m a business consultant and professional coach.
I’ve been fortunate to have worked with some of the best people, startups and corporations in the world to successfully manage people and deliver results in an ever changing world.
I had recently been the CEO for a consulting and coaching company for Tony Hsieh (CEO of Zappos.com). I was previously an early employee in 2 successful startups that were acquired for over $1B (Zappos.com and Ask.com), a management consultant for a top 5 global firm with companies like Cisco, have been a keynote speaker in front of 1000’s, and have been quoted by Fast Company and New York Times on company culture.
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Orly Lobel is a law professor at the University of San Diego, specializing in labor and employment law. She is also the author of Talent Wants to Be Free. She took time out of her summer schedule to answers some…
The President of Pixar, Ed Catmull, has written an excellent book titled, Creativity, Inc. In it, he details the personal mental models employed by a number of very successful Pixar and Disney directors; the same ones that have directed hit movies such…
Suzanne Lucas worked in corporate human resources for ten years. She is now a consultant and writer whose articles are published on sites like Inc.com and CBS News. She also has her own blog where she posts articles and answers…
We sent out an e-letter a while back with actions for better transparency, but since then we have added some information about trust, because these two relational states are intimately connected. Communicating with transparency helps employees feel respected by leaders and managers. It…
Below is an interview with the author of ‘The Chemistry of Strategy: Strategic Planning for the Not-Yet-Fortune 500′, John Myrna. (He is also a consultant and co-founder of Myrna Associates.) 1. In a blog post on your site you wrote:…
Purpose is something that sometimes might sound a little dull, but it has proven to be anything but that in business. In fact, purposeful businesses have done quite well recently – even better than ones that focus exclusively on profits….
Communicating with transparency might seem like over sharing and result in some discomfort when first used in work settings. It means not withholding information and allowing every one to express themselves authentically. The result is usually greater trust, and trust…
Evidence points to a fact that is some what surprising, but shouldn’t be – that emotionally intelligent leadership is more effective than a style that is not attentive to emotions of employees and co-workers. 1. 200,000 Employee Study: Appreciate Employees…
The Harvard Business Review publishes so much useful information relevant to company culture that it is only natural to share some of their insights. 1. 4 Things to Help Employees Thrive – providing decision-making discretion (control) – sharing information –…