Building High Performance Teams, Part 5: Establish Monthly Results-driven Meetings

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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…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 4: 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…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 3: Shift Limiting Mindsets

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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…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 2: Put the Past in Perspective

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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…

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…

Quit Trying to Manage Change—Why Great Strategies Fail

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Companies often react to the changing environment without testing assumptions and identifying key initiatives, inclusive of all players accountable in navigating through the change.  They fail to look at the business as a whole and what’s…

When Goals Don't Work

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Why do some people succeed in reaching their goals and others fail?  There are many reasons including not knowing how to set goals, the goals are not specific, achievable, measurable, or they quit too soon.  Let’s assume though, that you…

Close the Gap Between Strategy and Execution

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In their book, “Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done”, authors Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan state that execution is the biggest unaddressed issue in business today. They assert that its absence is the single biggest obstacle…