Making Work Work Better

Making Work Work Better

At Lead Above Noise, our expertise is in moving teams to Activation: the state in which individuals are empowered and equipped to contribute meaningfully to real results. Which leads, of course, to better results.

We don’t put out fires. We help leaders light them.

Getting more done with less, building a sense of engaged community… this is what work should feel like. But where do you begin?

That’s where we come in. We deliver workshops that provide leaders with the insights and tools to make change happen, OR we partner and consult directly with your teams, to discover and implement the “microchanges” that will make YOUR work work better.

Our expertise in designing organizations, educating leaders, and engaging teams position us to be just the partner you need.

Wonder what we stand for? Here are some highlights from our blog…

Beyond #MeToo. The REAL Call to Action From the Red Carpet

#MeToo and its inciting, insidious revelations are out of the box. Way out. And now, the Hollywood-born movement has fired up a national (global?) demand for equality, civility, humanity, and basic [bleeping] respect for all people at work and beyond. But while the...

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The ONE Question to Ask in 2018

We’re almost at the finish line. 2018 is well within sight. How are you feeling? Full disclosure: I’m a little tired. A little road-weary; spent. I’m also a believer that sometimes we hear just the right words at just the right time. Recently I was listening to the...

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What Amy Cuddy and Social Science Have REALLY Taught Us…

By now I will boldly assume we've all witnessed the rise and fall of @amyjcuddy and her research on power posing. According to the New York Times, "...a replication of her 2010 study [on power posing]...had failed to yield the same results." In other words, while...

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The What, Why, and How of the Hunch

Quick question: the last time you heard an inspirational quote around failure – whether fail forward or fast, learn from failure – did you kind of roll your eyes? It’s OK. You can say yes. I can’t really see you while you’re reading this. As for me – I’ll confess to...

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