Leadership & Performance Blog


Being Extraordinary No Matter What

Co-Authored by Mark Kamin, Marcea Wolf-Carter, and Kenda-Le Pernin

In our last blog, An Opportunity: The Crucible of Covid, we left you with a question:

“What new context could you create for yourself and your organization that would displace the future that is uncertain with a future you create?”

Managers and leaders must have a context they generate that calls the people they lead to fulfill something meaningful.*1

The context we created for our company is “being extraordinary no matter what.” That context shapes how our people look at the current circumstances. They got a new pair of eyes! They see the world as an opportunity to be great. Their actions mirror being great. The number of leads generated increased by several hundred percent. READ MORE


An Opportunity: The Crucible of Covid

Co-authored by Mark Kamin, Marcea Wolf-Carter and Kenda-Le Pernin

Our last blog, The Economy, Business Performance and People, discussed the impact of the “freak out” associated with the lock down of the America economy. And even though the economy has reopened, we strongly believe the fundamental impediments to performance for people and organizations have not disappeared. Perhaps, they have grown more daunting.

People in organizations are either trying to survive something that is threatening (like a very weak economy) OR, they are creating the possibility of excellence and high performance. As we said in our last blog, those that seize the moment now, will capture market share when the economy starts truly coming back early next year.  READ MORE