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What can Tribal Leadership do for my team?
What can my tribe accomplish?
How can any tribe be one of the 7%
that can change the world?
When you operate from your core values,
you're bulletproof. What are yours?
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tribal leaders are doing?
Dave Logan explains Tribal Leadership and the "Five Stages of Culture." It's TL in a nutshell.
Watch Dave at TEDxUSC talk about the five kinds of tribes that humans naturally form.
Take this 2 minute survey to discover the level of your organization’s culture.
THE GRIFFIN HOSPITAL AUDIO
Hear the story of Griffin Hospital’s turnaround, thanks to its tribes. This is an excerpt from Tribal Leadership read by Dave Logan.
Download and read the first two chapters of the groundbreaking book, Tribal Leadership.
New York Times #1 Bestseller Wall Street Journal, USA Today Bestseller.
Identify your core values with this thought provoking exercise. Includes an audio introduction to the exercise from Dave.
Discover others’ core values on the spot with this simple, useful tool.
Click Down Intro by Dave
Listen to Dave explain how to use the Click Down tool to uncover people’s core values.
The key to successful planning in uncertain times is discussed in detail in this article.
From the Visionary Voices Series at Kaplan University, watch Dave Logan explain the concept behind the 90 day Micro Strategy Model.
If you have identified your core values, are on fire to produce something, but don’t know how, this is a must read.
Learn about an effective technique that leaders can use to connect and refer the people they know to each other.
Intro to Advanced Network Theory: Social Fusion
Listen to Dave explain a new way to create unique new networks using the Social Fusion technique.
Learn about triads, the foundation for creating Stage Four tribes. This is the heart of the Tribal Leadership methodology.
Find out when your creative and productive geniuses are at the best during the workday. Read more about this concept in Dave's blog post.
Keep your tribe's communication flowing and have fewer roadblocks with this simple, yet vital, hack.
The Big Four Questions
Learn how to use the the Big Four Questions to uncover what people are really thinking—a key in forming a new vision that can make an organization thrive.
Discover how to achieve your leadership goals using the Innovation Triangle in this article by Dave Logan.
Build Your Tribe
Discover how to use value embedded stories to build your tribe.
By answering a few questions, you’ll know where to focus, and how to get the fastest improvement in your bottom line with the least amount of effort.
The micro strategy model shows how leaders accomplish what first looks impossible. Here are several examples developed by the PlushMoney Impact group.
Ken Wilber Interviews Dave Logan About Tribal Leadership
Listen to Ken Wilber, of the Integral Institute, interview Dave Logan about Tribal Leadership.
Victor Scheuller Interviews Dave Logan
Dave Logan talks about The Dark Side of Leadership and Tribal Leadership.
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From the California State Assembly, in honor of Cesar Chavez. Tribal Leadership is mentioned in an official session of a legislative group.
Just as individuals have moods, so do tribes within the workplace.
A handy, printable cheat sheet to use as a visual reminder of the five stages.
Building a stable triad calls for all triad members to invest in the common good and give up part of themselves to achieve something greater than they could build alone.
Steffan Surdek presents easy signs to help you identify the current stage of your Agile team.
In an organization, triads are an excellent way to get people from different teams to collaborate on initiatives that interest all members.
Open Source Philosophy
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