Right Commitment 10.09.18 // Michael Canic

Why and How To Hold Your People Constructively Accountable

Why and How To Hold Your People Constructively Accountable

There are lots of reasons for not holding your people accountable for poor performance. It’s uncomfortable. It’s emotional. It takes time. It takes energy. The costs of holding your people accountable are significant. So what do you do? You procrastin ... Read More


Right Commitment 09.10.18 // Michael Canic

This One Test Reflects Your Level of Commitment

This One Test Reflects Your Level of Commitment

Everyone says they’re committed. Everyone says they want to win. I’ve surveyed thousands of organizational leaders, asking them about their commitment to winning, however they define it. Their answers? “100% committed.” “All in.” “Failure ... Read More


Right Commitment 08.13.18 // Michael Canic

How to Overcome the Common Biases Every Leader Has

How to Overcome the Common Biases Every Leader Has

During my doctoral studies in the psychology of human performance I was fortunate to study with Daniel Kahneman, a psychologist who would go on to win the Nobel prize for his pioneering work in behavioral economics. Behavioral economics deals with the sys ... Read More


Right Commitment 07.03.18 // Michael Canic

Your Team Failed to Meet Expectations? Here’s How to Recalibrate

Your Team Failed to Meet Expectations? Here’s How to Recalibrate

Last week, with the World Cup underway, I wrote about the resurgence of German soccer and how success can lead to failure can lead to success. I outlined how the defending champions did a tremendous job of rebuilding their national program over the past 2 ... Read More


Right Commitment 06.18.18 // Michael Canic

Why Even Picasso Didn’t Rely on Talent Alone

Why Even Picasso Didn’t Rely on Talent Alone

Pablo Picasso is considered one of the greatest painters of the 20th century. On a recent trip to Spain we toured the Picasso Museum in Barcelona and discovered how he became the artist he was. Seeing paintings by a 13-year-old Picasso, it was obvious he ... Read More


Right Commitment 05.21.18 // Michael Canic

4 Ways to Make Better Decisions

4 Ways to Make Better Decisions

As a leader you’re constantly faced with decisions. How you handle them says a lot about you. And can have major implications for your business. So how can you become more effective at making decisions? ... Read More


Right Commitment 04.23.18 // Michael Canic

Are You as Optimistic as You Think You Are?

Almost every leader thinks of themself as an optimist. And why not? We’re constantly exposed to stories of successful leaders who are optimists. And who wants to be thought of as negative? But are you as optimistic as you think you are? ... Read More


Right Commitment 03.26.18 // Michael Canic

Evolve or Die: The Choice is Yours

Evolve or Die: The Choice is Yours

Your company is successful. Customers love you, employees want to work for you, and your financial results are strong. You’ve nailed the formula for success. ... Read More


Right Commitment 02.26.18 // Michael Canic

How Risky are Your Decisions?

Man jumping over the ravine

It was our usual conversation. Whenever I would tell my mother about the next who-would-do-that? adventure Bernadine and I planned to go on, the next why-would-you-go-there? country we planned to visit, she would say the same thing. “You’re a bright b ... Read More


Right Commitment 01.02.18 // Michael Canic

How to Lead Your Organization to Success in 2018

How to Lead Your Organization to Success in 2018

It’s the New Year. A fresh start. Rekindled ambition. It’s time to lead your organization to the Promised Land! ... Read More

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Michael Canic

Michael has posted a weekly blog on Making Strategy Happen for over 5 years. (Well, he did miss one on New Year’s Eve 2012 that we won’t talk about!)

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