Colin D. Baird

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Colin D. Baird is an operational turn-around and leadership consultant and the Managing Partner of Five Why Leaders. An organization that provides service to companies in crisis. He is also a consultant to TBM Consulting Group, a global leader in operational excellence with management consultants on four continents. Colin can be reached at colin@5whyleaders.com.

Solving The Real Engagement Problem

To make the greatest progress with your team, you might need to think small.

Lowering The Tide On Leadership

Frequently lowering the water level within your organization––or even your own life is about improving a journey and those people you meet throughout it.  Leaders learn how to lower the tide to raise it for everyone in or outside the boat.

To Improve Faster, Choose The Right Problem To Solve

Smart humans do dumb things. Especially when we take action on something before understanding what problems lurk beneath their surface.

An Experiential Approach To Organizational Learning

CEOs gain maximum visibility into real time opportunities for continuous improvement of people, process, and profitability when they adopt an experiential method to leadership.

An Experiential Approach To Organizational Learning

When employees are empowered to share what they know, then experience that those concerns matter, organizational change becomes easier to facilitate.

5 Leadership Tools To Inspire Employees To Give Their Best

Understanding the distinction between managers and leaders is fundamental to increasing the speed at which people and organizations are continuously transformed.

5 Ways to Find Your Company’s Real Value

Understanding what Japanese statistician and engineer Dr. Genichi Taguchi taught can help today’s executives avoid aiming at the wrong targets for growing their businesses.

5 Steps to Getting the Most Out of a Good Consultant

Change: this time of year, it's in the air. And yet, the transformation of American leadership––that for years has been long sought after to improve America's employees and her manufacturing base–just never seems to materialize. When change becomes necessary, however, say due to a company crisis, that change just can't come fast enough for most CEOs.

How to Empower Employees to Make Their Own Productivity Improvements

In the world of business, good change is brutally hard. And changing a culture is even harder—that is, without demonstrating a better way for employees to physically and mentally do the work they were hired to do.
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