Greg Mutch Blog Posts

Above and Below the Line

In this blog, Greg offers a self-leadership tool which helps us get off of autopilot and lean into becoming the leader that shows up with openness, curiosity and a commitment to learning.

Why Values Aren’t Working

At the age of 38 I would have told you that I was living a good and principled life marked by community, humor and service. I was in a good place. And then I wasn’t. I was let go from my job and really confused about what I was going to do.

The Inner Game of Leadership

You won’t become the leader you were meant to be without burning some things down. Things most likely to catch fire? Our inner scripts. Here are a few of mine: “Be Likable.” “Go along to get along.” “Don’t ruffle feathers.” These don’t seem like dangerous or self-destructive axioms – so why on earth do they need to burn?

Daring Leaders Follow the Way of the Heart.

A common (and usually unspoken) expectation in the workplace is that we should “check emotions at the door.” This norm creates a series of rippling effects – increased stress, detachment, and slipping trust. Organizations are suffering, along with the humans inside of them.

The Inner Game of Leadership

The Inner Game of Leadership

You won’t become the leader you were meant to be without burning some things down. Things most likely to catch fire? Our inner scripts. Here are a few of mine: “Be Likable.” “Go along to get along.” “Don’t ruffle feathers.” These don’t seem like dangerous or self-destructive axioms – so why on earth do they need to burn?

We run on EOS

We run on EOS

We flipped the script. We are in the business of taking organizations and teams on a journey of growth, learning, and transformation. Last year, we embarked on our own journey with an incredible guide – Laurel Romanella – professional EOS implementer. Laurel meets fast-growing companies at their tipping point and takes them on a very specific journey. Breathtaking vistas. Surprising terrain. Heavy lifting. Amazing results.

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