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.

4 Keys to Team Performance

It's Spring Training time for Major League Baseball. First order of business -- a return to the fundamentals. No matter their tenure, first year recruits or long-term professionals, you'll find them hitting off the tee, taking ground balls, and catching pop flies (two hands!). They'll practice fielding the ball and making quick & exact throws to first base. They'll even practice running the bases. Coaches watch for ways that small changes in the basics can help them improve each player's individual performance -- and by extension, team results. But if team performance is what you want, it's not enough to...
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Thanks for Listening

On Christmas Eve, I joined my mom for Mass at our home church. With Dad gone, I didn't want mom to be alone. Funny that I thought I was going for her, when in fact, the sermon that night seemed written for me. "You may be familiar with the television program, Inside the Actor's Studio," the priest began. He continued to share about watching the show and how his favorite part was at the end of every interview when the host, James Lipton, asks his guest 10 questions. The questions originally came from a French series hosted by Bernard Pivot,...
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