Leaderscapes LLC Blog


This blog is for leaders, managers, consultants, coaches — anyone interested in doing change better, whether personal, professional, or organizational.

Most of us, when asked, embrace the opportunity to change — but meaningful change is very hard to do. It’s hard to initiate the change, even harder to stay the course, hardest of all to make the change stick. It takes extraordinary effort to stop doing something in our comfort zone in order to start something difficult that would be good for us in the long run.

Here you'll find tips and info to help you understand, navigate and do change better.

Time for a New Paradigm

What is a leader? And how do you become a leader? We tend to think of a leader as someone that you follow. A simple definition is that leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. For generations, you became a leader by working hard and waiting your turn. If you consistently demonstrated hustle, loyalty, and common sense, your effort would be recognized. You could become a leader by chance. The practice was simple and straightforward, and it worked pretty well. But the newest generations have challenged that tradition. They expect...
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Generations of Change

“Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went 
before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” — George Orwell With the recent mid-term election, the generations and their differences are back in the headlines. The 'make America great again' sentiment is an invitation to those who long for simpler times of days past. Rhetoric calls for a return to an old set of values, as if those values have somehow disappeared. An underlying claim that the American Dream, as defined by the Traditionalist generation, no longer exists drives a need to place...
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