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Special Edition 4a – An Interview with Tony Simons, author of The Integrity Dividend: Leading by the Power of Your Word, part 1 of 2 explores the concept of behavioral integrity; the perceived pattern of alignment between a manager’s words and deeds. During our discussion, Tony Simons, author of The Integrity Dividend and Associate Professor at Cornell University where he teaches organizational behavior, negotiation, and leadership, shares with us his insights regarding:
- the relationship between behavioral integrity and bottom line results
- the traits a manager must possess to be able to reap the rewards of the integrity dividend
- the influence of leadership ability on integrity dividend benefit realization
Complimenting the tremendous insights Tony shares in The Integrity Dividend and this special edition podcast, are the additional Integrity Dividend materials and resources found on his website, Integrity Dividend (www.IntegrityDividend.com). Tony’s book, The Integrity Dividend, can be purchased by clicking here.
About the Author
Tony Simons, author of The Integrity Dividend, is an Associate Professor at Cornell University where he teaches organizational behavior, negotiation, and leadership. Tony is also a business consultant and speaker who focuses on trust in leaders, executive team member trust, and trust in supply chain relationships. To read Tony’s full biography, click here.
Any amount of management represents an overhead expense to the endeavor to which the oversight is applied. Therefore, it is critically important the amount of management applied is limited to that which yields an increased overall product value and not so much that overall value is diminished. This balance between applied management intensity and overall valued added is represented by the Project Management Intensity Continuum.
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Episode 23 – Introduction to Frame of Mind Coaching examines the unique process of unveiling and switching thought patterns to ignite significant personal and professional change developed by Kim Ades, President of Frame of Mind Coaching. This discussion:
- identifies the qualities that are the hallmark of very successful people
- examines the seven strategies for stratospheric success
- introduces the process of Frame of Mind Coaching
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About the Contributor
Kim Ades is President of Frame of Mind Coaching and one of North America’s foremost experts on performance through thought management. For over ten years, Kim has helped business professionals achieve exceptional results. By using her unique process of coaching through journaling, she works with clients to unveil and switch their thought patterns to ignite significant change and life transformation. To read Kim’s full biography, click here.