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"I was pleased to work with Todd Ordal for 20 years. He brings order to chaos."

Founder, Kinko’s

"Todd asks a lot of great questions to help me come up with solutions to move my business ahead. I have had great results in my business because we are now focused on the right things. I would recommend any CEO or business owner who feels isolated in crafting the direction of their company to

President/Owner Information Systems Integrators, Inc.

“Working with Todd has been a positive experience for me and my leadership team.  Todd has served as a sounding board on strategy, particularly focussing on leadership dynamics.  Helping us move to a higher level of individual awareness and team dynamics resulting in a higher level of accountability which is translating into measurable behaviors and

CEO, Square Two Financial

You have added great value to our strategy process and outcome.  I specifically appreciate your ability and willingness to challenge us and to ask the hard questions.  And by the way, I really like the output and I’m ready to move forward with confidence.

President and CEO, T.D. Williamson

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Leadership Is Change Management

By | September 25th, 2017|

One of my favorite distinctions between management and leadership is that management tames complexity and leadership drives change. They don’t have to be separate people and in fact the most successful CEOs are competent in [...]

Can You Coach a Team When You Don’t Know the Game?

By | September 3rd, 2017|

I’m waiting for an appointment and watching a group of children learning to play American football. The coaches are good and constantly talking. The kids look to be around 5th grade and don’t know the [...]

Risking Disaster to Grow

By | September 3rd, 2017|

This is a picture of my wife’s kiln just after cracking the top. When the temperature drops from about 1,800 degrees to 150 degrees, she nervously opens the top to see what occurred. Each piece [...]

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