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In Conversation with Randy Pennington

 

“While engaging people and connecting with people is extremely important, culture also defines what we think about our performance, how we achieve results, how we go about our day-to-day business—all those unspoken habits and how things are done.”
~ Randy Pennington

 
 
 
 

 
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In Conversation with Randy Pennington
Randy Pennington helps leaders make the changes and build cultures they need to achieve positive results in a world of accelerating change. He is author of three books: Make Change Work, named the 2013 best general business book by USA Book News; Results Rule!®, named the 2007 best general business book by USA Book News; and On My Honor, I Will which Ross Perot described as having “cracked the code of great leadership.” Randy has worked with many of the best-managed organizations including Alabama Power Company, Sprint, Transamerica Life & Protection, and St. Luke’s Hospital as well as numerous associations and government agencies. Additionally, he serves as an adjunct instructor in the Cox Business Leadership Center at Southern Methodist University. Randy’s background is a unique blend of line, staff, and consulting experience ranging from hourly employee to senior management.

Also in this issue:
+ Cracked Mirrors: Embracing Your Humanity as a Leader by Doug Dickerson
+ Opening the Door to Effective Truth-Telling by Andrea J. Lee
+ Leaders as Neutral Conflict Resolvers by Renée Gendron
+ Listening and Innovation by John Sweeney
+ Lessons from a Forest Fire by Jim Nordmann
+ Change Management: Coaching Accelerates Change by Renée Robertson
+ Leader Profile: Paula Roberts, CEO HALO Brand Leadership with Glain Roberts-McCabe

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