Embrace The Imperfections

There are no organizational problems. This is a myth, leading so many businesses to chase a solution to a problem that doesn’t actually exist. Any roadblock in your organization can be traced to one thing: people.

Humans are inherently imperfect, so does this mean people problems can never be fully solved? No. The opposite is true. Scholz and Associates believes that when we look at each team member as a whole person, and lead from this emotionally intelligent mindset, this is when organizational change can truly happen.

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Chip Scholz

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We teach your team how to leverage one another’s strengths, embrace their imperfections and work with one another as whole individuals.

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“Chip just works extremely well with everybody he interacts with in the company. His personality and his values fit well with ours. Plus, he’s a good listener. At my level, I don’t have a lot of people to talk about my business with, so he’s provided good perspective for me.”

Herb ShearFormer Executive Chairman, Genco

“It’s helpful to have a third party in here working with our leaders, and it’s a benefit to Kenco to have him on board. He knows the challenges we face and that’s a big deal. I’m a fan of Chip.”

Scott MayfieldChief Administrative Officer, Kenco

“Chip is a true partner to our business, not a vendor or a consultant, but someone who helps drive our development by creating programs based on our business, our needs, and our direction.”

David ThaelerChief Human Resources Officer, Haskell

“Strategic planning with Scholz and Associates has been the most important thing the company has done in 35 years and one of the most important things I’ve done in the last 10 years.”

Stan JonesCEO, Dothan Warehouse Company

“My goal is to be better at my job, and to be more valuable to my Board of Directors. It’s very difficult to find someone to offer an expert second opinion on leadership issues. There are too many consequences to risk a bad decision. Those decisions are where Chip comes in and makes a big impact.”

Joel AndersonRetired CEO, International Warehouse Logistics Association

The Leader Snips Blog

Learn to sharpen your leadership skills by embracing imperfection.

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    Source: Chip Scholz LeadersnipsPublished on 2018-10-18
  • The Art of Persuasion:How Leaders Persuade Us
    How is it that some leaders persuade people to go above and beyond? And, why do some CEOs fail to inspire such dedication and loyalty? I believe it comes down to the initial requirement of unity and engagement Great leaders unify and focus people with a common purpose and goal. They paint ... read more
    Source: Chip Scholz LeadersnipsPublished on 2018-10-16
  • Better Clarity, Better Business Decisions
     More doubt is the last thing you want when you are in trouble. ~ Daniel Kahneman When it comes to better business decisions, fact-finding and information management can be taxing, even for seasoned leaders. Emotions influence most thought processes, and leaders can be left with distorted impressions. When this topic ... read more
    Source: Chip Scholz LeadersnipsPublished on 2018-10-11
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