Ron Mercer and The Corporate Soul

Ron’s career in business spans more than thirty years encompassing four major economic cycles. During this time, he logged the key traits and characteristics of successful organizations that thrived through difficulties and with prosperity. He discovered these organizations had something special that set them apart. These organizations had an intangible that helped them transcend peaks […]

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Willing to Serve?

“If you are too big to serve, you are too small to lead.” Rich Wilkerson, public speaker I hear, all the time, very successful from leaders that they are very busy.  When it comes time to volunteer, they will raise their hand but then the office finds out the leader really volunteered them.  The administrative […]

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Complicit Leadership Builds A House of Cards

Time and time again we see what happens when leadership or leadership teams are silence about wrong doing by either one of themselves or someone on the team.  Silence is complicity.  Whether you say something or say nothing, you are making a statement.  Team members learn from what I term is more like a “gang […]

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Leaders Can Say The Dumbest Things :)

“The problem with this world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts but the stupid ones are full of confidence.” Charles Bukowski.  Instead of confidence, I would like to insert arrogant.  Leaders are no different.  They can be, well, downright arrogant.  It is that arrogance that they stumble over.  It is that arrogance […]

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