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Process Improvement Planning

Blogs by Cindy Klingler

When it comes to improving operations, companies often jump in with both feet before they have developed a strategic process improvement plan. Someone reads about a methodology that claims can solve all of their company’s problems and they attempt implementation, often experiencing little to no success. The downside of this approach is that it focuses […]

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Strategic Thinking Must Include the Brutal Facts

Blogs by Ted Sarvata

Everyone’s tired of talking about the pandemic, but the fact remains, we’re all still dealing with it. And, there’s a bigger point we have to remain aware of no matter what the external circumstances, so my point here is just as important for you to consider if you feel you are past the Covid crisis […]

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APPLYING STRATEGIC THINKING SKILLS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS

Blogs by Joe Bennett

If you Google the term “Strategic Thinking” you get 455 million results in about .64 seconds! There is certainly no shortage of information about “Strategic Thinking.  However, leaders often get stuck where to start so I will focus on what you can do to get a “Strategic Thinking” dialogue going inside your organization. First, let’s […]

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Core Values Can Hurt You

Blogs by Ted Sarvata

If you’re like most growth company executives, you know a lot about core values. You know that core values are discovered, not chosen. You know that core values need to be infused into everything you do, from recruiting and hiring to onboarding, ongoing employee feedback, company newsletters and even awards. As a refresher, there are […]

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Trust My Employees – What for?

Blogs by Joe Bennett Team Building

My Boss: “You need to start trusting your employees!” Me: “What for?  They’re continually letting me down!” My Boss: “Unless you figure out how to begin trusting your employees, you will never become the leader you are meant to be!” Perhaps you buy this, perhaps you don’t.  In either case, I can tell you from […]

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Two Disruptive Patterns

Blogs by Cindy Klingler

Change them and make employee engagement the norm During a recent Operational GAP Assessment I discovered that our client, like so many other companies, is experiencing the pain associated with two very disruptive management patterns: The failure to communicate The failure to properly assess internal talent ie. having the right people in the right seats, […]

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