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In the last six weeks of the IBL blog, we have compared the old plays of the Industrial Age playbook to the new playbook for leaders found in Leadership Is Language. Here’s a recap. First, we have two different work modes. Redwork is the active production work that benefits from reducing variability and a prove...

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If we collaborate effectively, the result is commitment. Commitment is better than compliance. Commitment comes from within and is powerful because it is an intrinsic motivator. Compliance, on the other hand, comes from an external source. Compliance is imposed on us. What does it sounds like if we are complying to process or committing to...

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The fundamental organizational design principle from the Industrial Age was to separate the deciders from the doers. Each group was given a label: white collar – blue collar, salary people – hourly people, bosses – workers, leaders – followers, blueworker – redworker. The main idea was one group (white collar, salary,bosses) decided what the other...

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Intent-Based Leadership International, LLC • 1435 E. Venice Ave #104-173 • Venice, FL 34292 • +1.941.408.0311