Employees: Your #1 Asset

Although there is a lack of a robust recovery, companies are emerging from the recession. We are in a “new normal” business environment. Gone are the days of easy sales (in essence, what could be easier than answering the phone?). Gone are the days of relatively easy profitability. Instead, [...]

2023-09-10T23:34:24-07:00May 2, 2013|Categories: Leadership & Skills Development, Talent & Leadership|Tags: |

Lessons Learned from Your Worst Leaders

Businesses remain in a quandary. Optimism is up. Sales are lackluster. Unemployment remains high. Customer service expectations continue to rise. Cash remains king. For example, just take today's Wall Street Journal's headlines: The private sector added 217,000 jobs; however, layoff announcements increased for the second month in a row. [...]

2020-10-06T21:37:41-07:00May 2, 2013|Categories: Talent / Skills Gap|Tags: |

Life Balance – What To Do

Since it's the summer and many folks are taking vacations and enjoying the summer while others are struggling to fill in "back at the office", I thought it was appropriate to discuss life balance. My consulting mentor, Alan Weiss, talks quite a bit about this subject and has a [...]

2023-09-19T19:25:49-07:00May 2, 2013|Categories: Business & the Economy|Tags: |

The Power of Relationships is Immense

Never underestimate the importance of relationships - especially their effect on the bottom line. The power of relationships is immense! I typically partner with clients to accomplish significant bottom line results on a wide variety of topics ranging from organizational change and culture projects to process projects such as [...]

2023-08-30T20:42:27-07:00May 2, 2013|Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Talent & Leadership|
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