Chad Harvey     |

“No one is born a perfect leader and fully capable of handling every situation in the best way possible. The best leaders accept that they are—and will always be—works in progress that continually need to learn and adapt, and then continue learning and adapting.”

Recent  Writings


What About Bob?
Articles, Decision-Making

What About Bob?

Bob’s Situation: The Facts Bob owns a specialty contracting company. He has 30 employees and last year’s revenue was close to $8 million. His top line revenue has been growing between 10-15 percent annually with consistent profitability. Bob has a...

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0 / Editor / Mar 13, 2019
Mystery Disease
Articles, Decision-Making, Rare Disease Day

Mystery Disease

Ill and No Answers Feverish and half-lucid, I lay on the exam room table, surrounded by bloody gauze and the discarded needles from five failed spinal taps. Monitors beeped quietly in the background and the quiet emptiness of that moment...

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2 / Editor / Feb 27, 2019
Rainbow-Colored Unicorns – Part 2
Articles, Workplace Culture

Rainbow-Colored Unicorns – Part 2

Rainbow-colored unicorns are high-performing leaders who often find that a mismatch exists between their expectations and their people’s performance. These unique creatures struggle daily with how to reconcile their beliefs and experiences with the reality they’re confronted with. In Part...

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0 / Editor / Feb 13, 2019