This is a series of blog articles and posts that document the EML concepts and strategies that Justin Moschina and David Robertson incorporated into the development of their start-up, theGRADproject.

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Drilling Down with “Why”

Kiely also warns about “solving the wrong problem the right way”. By drilling down and asking the right “why” questions, we were able to solve the problem effectively.

Know the Book On You

Being in tune with how we are perceived by others can greatly affect our ability to be successful in getting things accomplished, moving up within an organization and in achieving our goals.

“Team” – a Higher Calling

“A team is a small number of people who are committed to a common purpose, set of performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.”

Gaining Buy-In

“If you want your people to buy in, you need to give them an opportunity to weigh in.” – Dr. Rick Culley

The Jazz of Leadership

As it turns out, a Jazz Quartet can be very similar to a team of business executives in the fact that they’re all individuals with their own style of success needing to work together to create or accomplish the task at hand.

Leaders Letting Others Lead

“When leaders let others lead, not only will they gain valuable insight into how to lead better themselves, but they will also assist in building the leadership capabilities of their people so that they can make the valuable contributions which will ultimately lead the organization forward.” – Dr. Bob Myrtle