Published Articles

Leadership perfected: Leading from the whole you

September 1, 2012

by Brian Brittain Ivy Business Journal | Leadership | September / October 2012 Stepping up and into the crucible of leadership is not the occasion for a leader to start learning about himself. In fact, when the moment comes for us to step up, we must be leadership ready. Above all, this means that we […]

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The Leadership Immunity to Making Things Happen

July 1, 2012

by Brian Brittain Ivy Business Journal | Leadership | July / August 2012 What gets measured may get managed, but what if a leader doesn’t know what needs to get measured? In fact, what if a leader doesn’t even realize that certain assumptions, stored in his sub-conscience, are impeding the organization’s progress? These are the […]

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Mobilize Leaders to Accelerate Results

January 1, 2005

by Brian Brittain, John Swain, and Janice Simpson Ivy Business Journal | Leadership | January / February 2005 “True leadership is a dangerous act,” these coauthors write, and a true leader is perhaps never more at risk than when he or she tries to speed up the pace of organizational change. But by becoming more […]

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