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How Embracing Individuality Builds Trust & Drives Results | New Belgium Brewing

“Coming to work here was like being able to breath for the first time,” says one New Belgium employee. Learn how the company’s welcoming approach to individuality creates a successful workplace where people can be themselves. Find more short videos from the Return on Values Project. Want to see more great videos? Visit www.cvdl.org/videos.  

Do You Have a Problem with Change?

How Appreciative Inquiry Helped One CEO Successfully Transform His Organization 70 percent of change initiatives fail. In this short video, Lee Murphy, a graduate of the Ph.D./D.B.A. program in values-driven leadership at Benedictine University, walks the audience through a successful change process that helped his company meet strategic objectives. Find Other Videos & Articles Drawn from Dissertation Research Find articles …

Why Would an Executive Want a Ph.D.?

Doctoral student and health care executive Carla Worthey explains how she learned and applied skills and knowledge from the PhD/DBA program in values-driven leadership to her profession, making her better at her job. Learn more at http://cvdl.ben.edu/doctorate. Learn More about the Ph.D. in Leadership for Executives Register for an Online Open House Find more videos Download our comprehensive Program Booklet Request an information …

Personal and Professional Reasons CEOs Should Consider a Ph.D.

Steve Carter, President of the Carter Group, expresses how the Ph.D. program allows individuals to really grow introspectively and pragmatically on both an organizational and personal level, enabling them to progress their companies. Learn more about the program at http://cvdl.ben.edu/doctorate. Learn More about the Ph.D. in Leadership for Executives Register for an Online Open House Find more videos Download our comprehensive Program Booklet …

80% of Your Leadership Team is Not Adding Value

Empirical research suggests that 80 percent of your leadership team isn’t adding value. Why? Because there’s a difference between being in leadership, and being an effective leader. So what makes for an effective leader? Dr. Richard Boyatzis of Case Western Reserve University points toward a leader’s ability to build relationships and be in-tune with his or her team. Boyatzis introduces …

We’re Speaking the Same Language, but We Still Need a Translator: Three Ways to Get Clear about Values

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on our partner site for the Return on Values research project. Find the full post here.    In business, it is easy to speak the same language and still need a translator. The problem isn’t that the words aren’t understood; it’s that the underlying meaning is missed. My colleague Dr. Richard Boyatzis, from Case …

What’s Your Metric for Success?

Definition of success? I could lose everything and truly be okay with it. ~Tony Hsieh, billionaire and CEO of Zappos This idea of a metric for success was suggested by someone this past week on Facebook regarding our current political dilemma. I have to admit, I do wonder what our various senators and congressmen are using as their metric for …