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Molly’s Game, a cinematic example of CEO issue processing

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  1. Ozzie Gontang

    January 22, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    Don, Wonderful application of the storytelling and learning lessons that come from film for executives who are faced with what one stands for as it will also show what one won’t stand for.

    It’s about naming the right problem since the problem named is usually the problem solved. Or another way of looking at it since every solution creates its own problems: What problem do I want to have?

    Thanks for sharing how a Vistage Peer Group and their Chair help each other grow in the role they need to play. Lee Thayer’s seminal book: Leadership: Thinking, Being, Doing along with his other writings are truly helpful. As in any excellent movie the measure of performance is: Performance. We don’t see a Jessica we see Molly.

    Again, thanks for sharing


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