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

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

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...

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

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

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....

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Cash In The Valleys Of Death By David Chavez

Cash In The Valleys Of Death By David Chavez

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...

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Are You Listening? By Vikki Kempker

Are You Listening? By Vikki Kempker

I was at a luncheon recently where a speaker asked a question to the group that each person was to answer as they introduced themselves to the room....

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Change: Our Greatest Opportunities Require Us To Overcome Our Greatest Fear by Brian G. Rosenberg

Change: Our Greatest Opportunities Require Us To Overcome Our Greatest Fear by Brian G. Rosenberg

Change is an essential element of growth for both businesses and for individuals – we must change to adopt to ever changing conditions. Without change, there is stagnation....

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The Way You Win Matters More Than Winning by Rony Zagursky

The Way You Win Matters More Than Winning by Rony Zagursky

Often during the annual strategic meeting, leadership teams have an intense discussion regarding how to improve company performance and gain market share. Lets be honest, both factors are...

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