Building High Performance Teams: Align Around Top Priorities at Every Level of the Business

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

20 Success Secrets From Robert Middleton

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Even if you are an expert, there are always new things to learn and new heights to reach. Robert Middleton shared 20 great ideas that have helped him move forward in business and life. Feel like you could do more, but don’t know how? Perhaps…

Gold Time Can Be a Gold Mine

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Time management skills and productivity techniques have always been in demand, but with technology encroaching on our time with 24/7 access and instant notifications, these are even more critical now. People want to learn how to do quality work…

Improve Your Decision-Making Process and Increase Your Bottom Line

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Did you know that 91% of business leaders are confident in their ability to make good decisions, but 60% of those decisions fail? Use these four proven rules to clear thinking, effective problem solving, and powerful decision making. 1.…

Slipping Clutch Syndrome – When “I Think I Can” Is Just Not Enough

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A former colleague of mine, Joe Clark, introduced me to the concept of the “Slipping Clutch Syndrome”. The analogy is so powerful, it begs repeating. Have you ever begun a new strategy within your organization only for the initiative…

Do You Think Your Current Business Model Is Effective?

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Smart businesses understand the importance of developing and maintaining a business model for their company. A business model is a map to follow when it comes to generating revenue and making profits. It’s an essential aspect of running an…

Big Data for Big Goals

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There seems to be a lot of buzz in the news about CEOs not harnessing the power of big data. In a global survey of 362 executives conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, data driven organizations appear to function differently. It starts…