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Sunday, January 24, 2021

James M. Kerr

James M. Kerr

James M. Kerr, founder at Indispensable Consulting, is a long-time management consultant, vision maker and leadership coach. For nearly 30 years, he has helped his clients re-imagine the way work is organized and performed. His latest book, INDISPENSABLE: How to Build and Lead A Company Customers Can’t Live Without, is his 6th business title. Kerr is an expert in leadership, strategy, organizational design and cultural transformation. James M. Kerr is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Follow him on Twitter or connect on LinkedIn.
C-Suite Agenda

Book Review: VisuaLeadership by Todd Cherches

The French novelist Marcel Proust famously wrote that:  “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes.”  A new book, VisuaLeadership: Leveraging The Power of Visual Thinking is Leadership and in Life, (Post Hill Press, 2020) written by Todd Cherches, delivers sound...
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Seek “Simple” To Become A Better Leader

Keep it simple, stupid. The KISS principle, as it is widely known, is so ingrained in our vernacular that, regardless of your lot in life, you have likely heard it. It is my contention that, because of its pervasiveness, the expression (and its meaning) has lost its punch. Unfortunately, nowhere...
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Why Decency Matters in the C-Suite

As mentioned in an earlier article, being a decent person while leading others is all about treating people in ways that you would want to be treated should the roles be reversed. If you adopt the Golden Rule principle, you get: Greater Engagement: People want to help leaders that demonstrate...
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When Will Leader Decency Be Cool Again?

Famously, John Mackey, co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, was one of the first executives to make headlines for reducing his salary to $1 per year. Yes, he had stock options and cashed in unused vacation time. However, the intention was to demonstrate a commitment to fairness and pay equity....
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