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Stay Out Of The Weeds by Vikki Kempker

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As a leader of your company or team, you are responsible for the big picture of your departments as well as conveying the company vision, strategic planning and a host of team performance development. However, if your days are filled dealing with urgent issues, putting out multiple fires, having discussions that get bogged down in […]

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Are You A “Thank You” Organization? shared by David Chavez

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I am very fortunate to coach so many wonderful executive teams. Some of those team members move on because the company isn’t right or they’re in the wrong role. Usually these departures are because the company outgrew the team member or the team member outgrew the company. It doesn’t really matter what reason they leave, […]

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Three Ideas To Get Started Thinking About Your Business by David Chavez

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So you’ve heard others suggest spending more time thinking about your business than working in your business, but how do you do it? Here are three quick ideas. The First Idea…Begin With The End In Mind As Steven Covey tells us in the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, “Begin with the end in mind […]

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Process Status: Does Green Mean Go? By Brian G. Rosenberg

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A common method of reporting project status is to use the familiar traffic light system, with a status of green, yellow and red. This method of reporting, in theory, makes it easy to determine whether a project is on track and allows the reader to glance quickly at a status report and determine whether there […]

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Do Leaders Only Hear What They WANT To Hear Or Listen To What They NEED To Hear? By Rony Zagursky

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What leaders do is always more impactful than what they say, specifically when it comes to sharing feedback. Executive teams should trust everyone on the team, leaders included. However, evidence shows that most managers are afraid or tend to ignore the feedback, specifically feedback they don’t like, which creates

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Cash In The Valleys Of Death By David Chavez

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If you’re a business owner or a member of a leadership team, you are responsible for the company’s cash. If the business is growing, a time arrives where the next stage of its life cycle change is going to happen. It doesn’t matter whether you and your leadership team is ready, you’re entering the Valley […]

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