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Boomer Time vs. Millennial Time: Bridging the Gap

Comparing the Baby Boomer sense of time to Millennial time can lead to the very logical conclusion that the generations exist in parallel universes. “They’re never on time!” wail the Boomers “They’re always on my case!” grumble the Millennials. In a stab for intergenerational harmony, here is one take on mutual understanding and narrowing the […]

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Four Fatal Flaws Which Destroy a Booming Business

What fatal flaw is waiting in the wings, ready to destroy your booming business? And what can you do to stop it? You can have an amazing business, with increasing sales and activity. But just as one weak spot can explode an expanding balloon, one weakness in a booming business can blow up everything. How […]

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Quiz: Are You on Track for Leadership Success?

  The core of leadership success Leadership success can be elusive. The promotion, the title, the salary boost do not make a leader. Even the ability to give orders and demand action do not constitute leadership success. Leadership success means serving the staff, the organization, the clients and customers, as well as your career. Leadership success is built […]

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3 Tips to Find New Profits Hidden in Plain Sight

  What new profits are you missing? Sometimes we can miss finding new profits hidden in plain sight. We become accustomed to the way things are, and repeat actions by rote. Take a chance. Take a look at your business with open eyes. Think creatively. You may be surprised to see the new opportunities to […]

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Multi-generational Leadership: 5 Tips for Bridging for Success

How do we take advantage of multi-generational leadership? Business is changing, and a new generation of young leaders and CEOs is emerging. Family-owned businesses are transitioning control to 30 year old offspring. Innovative startups are often headed by young entrepreneurs. Established organizations seek young leaders attuned to the modern technologic age. Business veterans can suddenly find themselves working […]

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The Competitive Advantage: 5 Tips to Gain the Edge

Business today is in flux and transition, offering great opportunities for smart organizations and business leaders to gain a competitive advantage. The economic downturn, layoffs and forced restructurings have driven many businesses into survival mode. They are scrambling to hold things together, focusing on immediate needs and urgencies. Vision, long term planning and strategic positioning […]

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Great Mission, Great Ideas, No Bandwidth?

Does your not-for-profit organization suffer from “great mission, great ideas, but no bandwidth?” Your board of directors is dynamic, engaged and committed. There is enthusiasm and a million ideas set to launch. Great. But who is going to do the work? Implementation requires manpower. Someone must do the work to bring the idea to reality. […]

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Create a Transformative Business Now!

What does it t to take to create a transformative business? What does it take to not only survive, but reach beyond and thrive? Envision a pyramid. The great Egyptian pyramids, for example, have withstood the millennia. Their structure is simple, elegant and substantive. Consider the pyramid as a model for building a transformative business. […]

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5 Tips to Thrive in Business Today

    To survive and thrive in business is a never-ending challenge. Even when sales are growing and business booming, threats of a downturn, or new and aggressive competitors, or a shift in demand are the realities of life. Things will change, and that change can crush the business you worked so hard to build. Recognize […]

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