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


How to Create Your Personal Action Bias
Articles, Decision-Making

How to Create Your Personal Action Bias

It’s essential to do things “right,” but it’s more important to take action. Period. John consistently seeks out mentors, looks for best practices, solicits others’ perspective, and scans his environment to see how he can improve. John has one big...

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0 / Chad Harvey / Jun 05, 2019
Leadership Gears: Change the Game
Articles, Small Business

Leadership Gears: Change the Game

If you don’t like the game, don’t just change the rules—change the game. Most of us have heard the first part of that saying. But there’s one big problem with “If you don’t like the game, change the rules.” Changing...

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0 / Chad Harvey / Apr 24, 2019