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Charlene Li
Helping leaders thrive with as a Principal Analyst at Altimeter, a Prophet Company. Author Engaged Leader & Open Leadership, Co-Author Groundswell
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Charlene Li 1m
Discussions about what’s working well and what needs to improve will give you insight into the underlying beliefs that make up your organization—and how consistently or inconsistently they are held across different departments, business units, or geographies.
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Charlene Li 2m
Begin changing your company's culture with a quick audit by asking people across the organization what’s working well and what needs to improve.
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All of the research I’ve done points to one fundamental truth: The only way to change is to start working differently.
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Charlene Li 17h
Go Go! Thanks for forging the path for women.
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I’m gathering an inner circle of forward-thinkers called the Ignitors. They’re going to light things up, spark others to join them, and fan the flames until they’ve created a disruption movement that’s growing like wildfire. Learn more here:
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Andy Heppelle (he,him) Aug 16
I just pre-ordered By for Sept, 2019 release Ideas from are always valuable - her books and ideas have long inspired my work to achieve the amazing for epic impact. Thank you Charlene
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Charlene Li 24h
At some point while working toward , the structure, routine, and process kick in and it actually gets easier, requiring less effort to sustain the new way of thinking.
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- There’s hope! When I talk with disruptive organizations about their operating systems, they say that: yes, it’s hard to create disruption, but it doesn’t stay hard.
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Charlene Li Aug 16
Have you seen all the perks that my receive? Learn more about becoming an ignitor here:
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Charlene Li Aug 16
Are you providing the structure needed for your organization to disrupt and thrive?
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Charlene Li Aug 16
Most people think that “disruptive ” means that a lot of highly creative people do their own thing with little coordination or . What I found was just the opposite: highly creative and accomplished people working together within clear structures and processes.
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Charlene Li Aug 16
help leaders push past just serving the customers today and start identifying and serving the customers of tomorrow. The rut is stopping short (or not even starting) because innovation and change is hard. Would love to tell you more!
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Charlene Li Aug 15
Have you seen the preorder bonuses for yet? Preorder your copy (or copies! 😏) here:
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Charlene Li Aug 15
Several people have asked, and yes, there is an eBook version of "The Disruption Mindset"! You can pre-order now on Amazon: 
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Charlene Li Aug 14
Stand on the front lines of change with me. Let’s create a movement that will inspire and support more disruptors to create exponential change and growth in their organizations, communities, and society. Learn more here:
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Charlene Li Aug 14
You need every person contributing and leading from where they stand. In that way, a catches fire and spreads and takes on a life of its own, no longer constrained by the limits of anyone’s .
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Charlene Li Aug 14
There is no room for passive participants on the sidelines awaiting orders in a disruptive .
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Charlene Li Aug 13
Just got the first shipment of my upcoming book, “The Disruption Mindset”. It’s a very cool feeling to hold the actual book for the first time. Excited to share it with everyone! To learn more, pre-order, visit…
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Digital Transform Aug 1
Matt Alder, expert on digital transformation for recruitment interviews , Founder & Senior Fellow of and one of the preeminent experts on digital transformation. Listen here & read the full transcript below.
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