True or False? The Only True Leadership Is Values-Based Leadership

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Remember back in 90’s (I’m dating myself) when the new catch word was “team” and “teamwork”. More recently “employee engagement” was the new buzz word. Simply using a new theory without a full understanding of it is like putting a new mission statement or list of values on the wall every few years and never referring to it again. In this … Read More

Guest Blogger Chris Asper, Skydiving and Deadpool…Oh My!

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On June 8, Chris was Ripple Effect Leadership’s first guest blogger and shared his expertise and experience on: Life Decisions – Use a Compass. Learn a little more about Chris Asper’s witty and thoughtful take on leadership and life below: Is there a documentary, presentation or article that really changed the way you thought about leadership? My thoughts on leadership changed … Read More

Life Decisions – Use a Compass by Chris Asper, MBA

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Imagine for a second that you had to drive somewhere you have never been. What would you use to get there? With today’s technology, you would most likely enter the address into a GPS or App on your smartphone. Within seconds, it would identify where you are, map the fastest route, and provide turn-by-turn instructions until you arrived at your … Read More

Fun as a Core Value

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  As a leadership consultant, I aspire to create fun and rewarding experiences to empower and inspire teams. I decided to include “fun” as an organizational value for Ripple Effect Leadership, because we as humans need to experience fun even during times of difficulty and change.   Having fun together is important when it comes to building team culture and that … Read More

3 Ways to Build Dialogue in the Workplace

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I think it’s safe to say that most of us have attended a meeting and someone arrives with a clear agenda and dominates the discussion. The ripple effect of these actions may initiate a rough start to the meeting. Take a moment now. Pause and reflect. Have you been that person? I am not embarrassed to say that I have … Read More

Which Superhero Are You?

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As I create content for Ripple’s Live in the Moment blog, there will be times I will need a break from writing. More importantly I want to create an environment where we can learn from each other through experiences and dialogue. Guest bloggers will represent various stages of life, career and industries. For me, leadership is about who we say … Read More

The Hummingbird and Ripple Effect Leadership

A Little More About Me – Janic Gorayeb When completing my MA in Leadership (Health) Organizational Leadership Project (OLP), an action-based research paper, I incorporated the ripple effect metaphor to describe how communication practices among internal and external stakeholders of an organization could either ripple through the organization positively or negatively. Coupling that with my love for water I made … Read More