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Climb Right Mountain

Climbing the Right Mountain

Could you unconsciously cause yourself and others to climb the wrong mountains? You are doing it far more often than you realize. Many leaders enjoy and love to solve problems. When they see them, they want to solve them. The more problems solved the more accomplished one may feel. However, what if the problems you solved are the wrong ones? Or worse, they are really speed bumps taking you away from the climbing the right mountains.

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Your Philosophy Around Talent

Your Philosophy Around Talent Makes A Difference

As a Business Coach, I have worked with many organizations and seen the differences between the companies that produce success and those that flounder. Most will never be innovative, transformational, or trailblazers. However, all can have extraordinary growth in revenue and profits. One of the most critical keys to your success is your leadership philosophy around Talent.

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Cost of Hiring New Employees

As a business coach in Miami, I find that many companies fail to achieve their growth goals because they are unable to staff key positions with the right people. Typically, business owners will blame this on talent pool issues, administrative issues, or place the entire burden on the human resource person. However, the real issue is related to strategy. Failure to choose and properly execute the right strategy costs companies a lot of money. The cost of hiring new employees is not readily apparent when looking at your financial statements.

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Get Out of Your Own Way

Leaders Get Out of Your Own Way

Frustrated by your organization’s performance. Tired of underperforming, failing to achieve objectives, challenged to achieve positive cash flow, can’t put your finger on why all this was happening. Leaders Get Out of Your Own Way, a good leadership operating system makes all these problems go away. Poor leadership was the cause and everything else was effect!

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Goal Setting Matters

Many organizations set goals and fail to reach them. Others achieve some of their goals by accident. There are some leaders that question whether setting

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Avoid Horrible Meetings

A client asked me to observe his weekly leadership team meeting and it was one of the worst meetings I had attended in a long time. Every leader in the room should have been upset because they essentially wasted 90 minutes. More concerning was the fact that leadership rated it a great meeting.

Might you and your leaders unconsciously fall into the same traps as my client? After all, the agenda and process for the meeting is common practice and is prescribed by EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) Implementers all around the world. The problem was not the process or EOS, it was the way it was being implemented. Let’s dissect what happened and then discuss what should happen in every weekly meeting.

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8 Easy Ways to Implement Your Core Values

How does growing your business 20% sound to you? How does it sound to do that consistently every year? Over the years, one of the things I’ve discovered in working with companies large and small is that organizations that exemplify sustained superior performance have a remarkable culture.

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team building


If you want to improve teamwork and performance in your organization you have to look at the four core elements to driving team performance: relationships, goals, roles, and rules.

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