LEAD the difference

Co-created Strategic Change

what is lead the difference?

LEAD the difference exists to cultivate innovative, thinking-based leadership that will lead the difference – the required change to engage, unleash and measure human value.
We do this in three parts: through Strategy, Coaching and Engagement

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Strategy

Align decision-making from the front lines to the leadership of the organization,
through the meaning-filled contribution
of individuals to team objectives.

“A non-Essentialist thinks almost everything is essential. An Essentialist thinks almost everything is non-essential.”

― Greg McKeown

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Coaching

Intentional strategy culminates to develop and build individual leadership capacity through thinking, creativity, dialogue and challenge to the status quo.

“All too often, on the long road up, young leaders become servants of what is rather than shapers of what might be.”

― John Gardner

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Engagement

Assess the commitment, value-alignment and meaning of each individual contributor. Be confident that your most valued contributors have a voice to support their commitment.

[Self-managed] organizations set up structures and practices in which people have high autonomy in their domain.

—Frederic Laloux

Is Your STRATEGY Human Value Aligned?

we have become an execution-based engine of humans. we end our days with a blurry recollection. what if we had more thinking time? what if we could be more human and bring our intuition, our creative spirit to all that we do? 
we have been catalyzing change based on more thinking time. 

To learn more about our research projects, check out what we are working on at 

The Human Value Institute

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