March 24: Upcoming Changes

Welcome back! Upcoming Changes Starting next month, I am going to change the frequency and format of my newsletter. In April 2020, shortly after the pandemic began, I increased the frequency of Edinger’s Insights to weekly. The pace of change and the dramatic impact...

March 10: Check the Facts

Welcome back! Check the Facts I was working with the CEO of a diagnostics company who had been hearing very negative feedback about a senior leader in their lab. Quite a few direct reports were upset with this person, so the CEO assumed they were the cause of the...

March 3: Successfully Disagreeing With The Boss

Welcome back! Successfully Disagreeing with The Boss Leaders frequently say they don’t want “yes men”, or perhaps more properly said today “yes people.” Regardless of the pronoun, you know the idea. Not wanting leaders who just say yes or do what you say without...

February 24: The Real Path to Developing Talent

Welcome back! The Real Path to Developing Talent Developing talent may be one of the most important jobs of a leader. Unfortunately, a meaningful investment in coaching and time dedicated to staff development is typically not made until the other work is done. It’s...

February 17: Smart Growth

Welcome back! Smart Growth Executives are responsible for guiding their organizations through growth. This is hard work and requires changing the mindset, behaviors, and actions of a team. As I discuss in my recent Forbes article, Whitney Johnson’s S Curve of Learning...

February 10: C-Suite and the Health of the Revenue Stream

Welcome back! C-Suite and the Health of the Revenue Stream I’ve been pointing out that the C-Suite connection with the sales function is often broken. So, I was thrilled to find some quantitative research that supports what I’ve been observing empirically for years....

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