As a business consultant, I have noticed over the years there is a lot of misunderstanding around real accountability. Most people think about it one way then have to deal with the consequences of that thinking, and never connect the … Read More
Third of a three-part series on the best ways to successfully manage millennials. From Article Published In Restoration & Remediation Online May 22, 2017. In the previous two articles ( Part 1 and Part 2 ), I wrote about … Read More
Embracing Their Talents Second of a three-part series on the best ways to successfully manage millennials.From Article Published In Restoration & Remediation Online April 18, 2017. This is the second of a three-part series in answer to the many questions … Read More
A Lack of Understanding Shouldn’t Equal a Bad Rap So many business owners call or email me regarding how to work with and manage the growing numbers of millennial in their employ. To many owners and managers, it seems impossible to balance … Read More
I first became aware of the idea of emotional intelligence when the buzz around Daniel Goleman’s book hit the street in 1995. I have been wanting to write something on this for almost that long, because in working with teams … Read More
Recently in working with a couple companies in my consulting business, two GM’s expressed the concern that if everything in the business was working, and they delegated and trusted their key people to get their jobs done, what would be … Read More
You may have people that you feel aren’t as responsive as you think they could be. Chances are, you’re right. So, what do you do about it? The actions you take set the tone for the kind of business culture … Read More
What exactly do they want from you? Don’t assume you already know. Kodak and Polaroid made that mistake and went from dominating the market to a sliver of market share by assuming what everyone wanted was higher quality film when … Read More
We all want powerful results, but those kinds of results don’t just show up out of nowhere, they are born from a business culture designed for success. High performance only comes from a culture of phenomenal integrity, and integrity is … Read More
Power is defined as the ability to move something from an idea, to execution, to completion — the ability to make work happen successfully. In any reasonably successful business you will find at least two, or maybe even three people … Read More
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