A truly effective executive keeps his/her time commitments. Regardless the industry, position one holds, function you are in, or size of company, it is critical to take being on time seriously.
If you are not volunteering your time in your community, not only are you failing your community, but you are missing out on a 5-in-1 personal development opportunity. While you are giving you are getting
It is so easy to send mixed messages to an employee. The best way to discuss this is to share a real live example where a client hired me to coach a partner.
If you considered the people that worked for you as your largest and most important customers, would you behave or see them any differently than you do today?
Regardless of your achievements, if you do not regularly work with a coach, I can say with certainty that you are missing opportunities to improve.
I have found that if a partnership is missing two core values, the organization underperforms its potential, which may lead to outright business failure and/or separation of the partners.
One issue we find with vision and mission is there is typically confusion about the differences between the two.
The term “employee empowerment” has been regarded by critics as an exercise to change the attitudes of workers, so they can work harder rather than giving them any real power. In other words, empowerment was linked to “attitudinal shaping.” However, recent research suggests that people empowerment is a key element contributing to employee engagement and well-being.
The purpose of this article is to help business owners understand the key daily decisions that influence dependence on external funding and either limit or expand the growth potential of a business. There are essentially 4 decisions: 1. cash; 2. people; 3. strategy; and 4. execution. This article (#3) addresses strategy, which is the primary…
The purpose of this article is to help business owners understand the key daily decisions that influence dependence on external funding and either limit or expand the growth potential of a business. There are essentially 4 decisions: 1) cash; 2) people; 3) strategy; and 4) execution. This article (#2) addresses how your decisions about people…