What are the latest trends for building a strong talent pipeline? Sage Ways consultant, Tom Melberg reports his findings from The Conference Board’s recent Succession Management Conference in New York City – where some of the largest blue-chip companies shared their innovative practices. A number of key trends were highlighted including: an increased focus on […]
You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions. – Naguib Mahfouz, 1988 Nobel Prize Winner
Sam’s team had had a great year. They had met their objectives and delivered a highly visible, complex project on time and on budget. Sam was […]
A team from Sage Ways was recently certified in the Leadership Agility assessment. As a certification instrument it’s an invaluable tool to support managers who are leading change. What does it take to be an agile leader? Find out in the award-winning book, Leadership Agility, by Bill Joiner and Stephen Josephs.
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” by Kelly Clarkson is blaring out the radio and I am reminded that 10 years ago this week I was almost killed. This anniversary caused me to step back and review the last decade to see seek for the truth in that lyric. How I have become stronger? […]
To say the odds were against them was putting it optimistically. The year was 1936 and a ragtag team from the University of Washington made the journey to the Berlin Olympics to compete as a crew of eight and stun the world by defeating the favored German team. Thinking more about how the 1936 U.S. […]
I love working with the physicians in the University of Washington’s Teaching Scholars Program because the challenges physicians are facing today require more teamwork and communication skills than ever before. This case study illustrates how the principles of rowing can help transform a group of independent-minded experts into a collaborative community. Read More