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Teaching The Big Boys To Think Small : Teaching The Big Boys To Think Small By: Tim Knox Last week I told you about a recent report from The Conference Board that has a lot of big company CEOs concerned about competition from smaller, more innovative and entrepreneurially-minded companies. To refresh your memory, The Conference Board's CEO Challenge 2004 reported that 87% of the 540 global businesses surveyed cited innovation and enabling entrepreneurship as priorities for their companies, and 31% considered these issues of "greatest concern.
added on 04.05.2015. 04:00 in Business and Finance

7 Myths That Make Meetings Miserable : 7 Myths That Make Meetings Miserable By: Steve Kaye Myth 1: Executives belong in meetings. Although the demands of business cause executives to attend more meetings than other professionals, executives need to avoid meetings.
added on 09.06.2015. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Surviving Corporate Politics : Surviving Corporate Politics By: Gary Whittaker Opportunities Are Made, Not Created In the business of corporate politics, one thing has become very clear: Most business decisions are grown from the grassroots level. Sure, it may all seem likes it's coming from corporate HQ, with announcements and presentations that have their organisations in perpetual flux, but make no mistake about it, most of those decisions have been influenced by lobbyists in the lower levels.
added on 16.06.2015. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Teaching Large Companies To Think Like The Little Guys : Teaching Large Companies To Think Like The Little Guys By: Tim Knox Q: I am an executive at a large company and in our industry we are seeing a trend wherein smaller companies are gaining market share at an alarming rate. Our CEO believes the reason for this is that smaller companies are more prone to innovation and more entrepreneurial than larger companies.
added on 11.08.2015. 07:00 in Business and Finance

There's Gold in That There Information - Making the Case with Three Answers : There's Gold in That There Information - Making the Case with Three Answers By: Roxanne Ansolabehere Q. What can an information professional do for me? A.
added on 03.09.2015. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Commentary: The Obscene Warner Music Executive Payouts : Commentary: The Obscene Warner Music Executive Payouts By: Ritch Esra In these times of major label mergers, downsizing, the slashing of label rosters, and thousands of record company jobs being lost over the last three years--not to mention the enormous sea change and seismic shifts that technology has wrought--comes one of the most disturbing reports we have come across. It further reveals just how profoundly out-of-touch certain companies TRULY are when addressing the problems within their own record divisions.
added on 15.09.2015. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Business Leads : Business Leads By: Barry Stein Anyone who runs their own business can tell you how challenging it is to generate business leads on a consistent basis. Finding good leads and generating more sales is vital to the long term growth of any business.
added on 29.12.2015. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Business Planning 101 : Business Planning 101 By: Bob Decker SELLING YOU ON YOUR BUSINESS! You've probably heard it said that a business plan is a selling document. While it is very true that your business plan will be an invaluable aid to you in selling your business to others, you may not have considered that it can be a great way to sell or re-sell YOU on the business you have started.
added on 29.07.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Trends in Long-Term Incentives : Trends in Long-Term Incentives By: Paul R. Dorf, Ph.
added on 04.09.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

A High Achiever Almost Went Bankrupt Because He Did Not Know This : A High Achiever Almost Went Bankrupt Because He Did Not Know This By: Stan Mann Practical Biz Solutions The business success newsletter for business owners, top executives, and commission sales people from Stan Mann Please forward Practical Biz Solutions to appropriate friends. Dear Reader: High Achievers have great strengths.
added on 25.10.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

A New Age Of Small-Unit Leadership : A New Age Of Small-Unit Leadership By: Brent Filson Recent mergers in many industries remind me of a point that Gen. Dwight Eisenhower often made, "Generals move the pins on a map," he would say, "but the front-line troops have to get the job done.
added on 28.10.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

How to Get Your Procedures Project Done : How to Get Your Procedures Project Done By: Chris Anderson Wouldn't it be nice for business owners and executives to be finished with their policies and procedures project already? They know they need to get it done, but maybe it's taking too long. Or perhaps their people are staring at a blank piece of paper, and they don't know where to begin.
added on 14.05.2014. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Stop Waste, Fraud and Abuse : Stop Waste, Fraud and Abuse By: Chris Anderson Each year, businesses write-off six percent of revenue to waste, fraud and abuse. But why would managers throw all that hard-earned money away when there is a reliable way to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse using accounting policies & procedures to create internal controls.
added on 13.06.2014. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Don't Give Presentations Or Speeches. Give Leadership Talks Instead. : Don't Give Presentations Or Speeches. Give Leadership Talks Instead.
added on 29.07.2014. 04:00 in Business and Finance

Basics of Stock Market : Basics of Stock Market By: John Goldfinger Financial markets provide their participants with the most favorable conditions for purchase/sale of financial instruments they have inside. Their major functions are: guaranteeing liquidity, forming assets prices within establishing proposition and demand and decreasing of operational expenses, incurred by the participants of the market.
added on 24.08.2014. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Why Men Lie and Women Cry : Why Men Lie and Women Cry By: Lorraine Pirihi I've just finished reading a great book by Allan and Barbara Pease entitled "Why Men Lie and Women Cry". A true and humorous account of the differences between the sexes and full of practical ways to communicate effectively.
added on 05.06.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Troubled Waters Require Capable Leaders at the Helm : Troubled Waters Require Capable Leaders at the Helm By: Larry D. Cote Canada's lean leaders need to look beyond the horizon and chart the future In stormy times, true leadership skills emerge, says Larry Coté, the President of Lean Advisors Inc.
added on 27.06.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Rethinking the CEO-Chairman Split : Rethinking the CEO-Chairman Split By: Jessica Klein Traditionally, in American businesses, the same person occupies the role of chairman of the board and chief executive officer, though this is gradually shifting to the European model. In most European, British, and Canadian businesses, the roles are usually split, in an effort to ensure better governance of the company, and in turn bring higher returns to investors.
added on 01.07.2016. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Introducing a Mystery Shopping Program Employees : Introducing a Mystery Shopping Program Employees By: National Shopping ServiceOften times, upper management is uncertain about the best way to present a Mystery Shopping program to their employees. The initial rollout of the Mystery Shopping/Employee Incentive Program is crucial to its success.
added on 19.09.2016. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Building A Stellar Business One Employee At A Time : Building A Stellar Business One Employee At A Time By: John BeatonTop businesses that continually lead their industry clearly understand a simple fact: People are their most vital assets. Every employee plays a key role in the company.
added on 25.09.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

The Metamorphosis of the Successful Executive... Overcoming Professional Stagnation : The Metamorphosis of the Successful Executive..
added on 12.10.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Why Don't They Just Get It Done: 7 Performance Tactics for CEO's : Why Don't They Just Get It Done: 7 Performance Tactics for CEO's By: Otan LogiWhy Don't They Just Get It Done: 7 Performance Tactics for CEO's Otan Logi - Tactical Advisor AssociatesBuckling under the weight of chronic corporate restructuring, and frustrated by performers who don't respond to carefully crafted strategic plans, high level executive leaders are being confronted by a growing performance gap between what needs to get done and what gets done.Sound familiar? It's a troublesome trend that is likely happening in your firm right now.
added on 11.12.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

The Road To Opportunity In Wholesale Distribution : The Road To Opportunity In Wholesale Distribution By: Adam J. Fein, Ph.
added on 20.04.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

I Can't Afford A PR/Publicity Campaign -- Can I? : I Can't Afford A PR/Publicity Campaign -- Can I? By: Todd Brabender - Spread The News PR It's a phrase I hear over and over again from many entrepreneurs, small businesses owners and inventors: "I'd love to hire someone to launch our publicity campaign professionally, but we can't afford it, so I'm just going to have to do it on my own." Over the past several months, I have been conducting an informal survey among entrepreneurs and business owners who have contacted me about my services.
added on 06.08.2015. 02:00 in Business and Finance

But isn't Outlook Good Enough? : isn't Outlook Good Enough? By: Brian Vellmure I was recently speaking with a mutual friend who has been in sales for several years about the benefits of CRM. (For the sake of this newsletter, we'll call him Jim) Jim was quick to comment on how he didn't like any of the current CRM software packages, and had used several of them for his various employers.
added on 09.12.2015. 07:00 in Business and Finance

The Art of Succession Planning : Art of Succession Planning By: Paul Shearstone Succession planning, like any business acumen, is both an art and a science. That is to say, there are many proven strategies that can and must be followed so that successful transition can occur.
added on 17.12.2015. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Enron's Ultimate Victim: Ethics : n's Ultimate Victim: Ethics By: Paul Shearstone FROM the 'MORAL HIGH GROUND', where we imagine ourselves, the Enron fiasco should have come as no surprise. Enron is simply a quintessential example of the degradation of principles such as trust, loyalty and ethical standards.
added on 05.01.2016. 10:00 in Business and Finance

The Ultimate Career Builder : THE ULTIMATE CAREER BUILDER.See full color web version at:http://www.
added on 11.10.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Surviving Corporate Politics Part 3 : Opportunities Are Made, Not CreatedIn the business of corporate politics, one thing has become very clear: Most business decisions are grown from the grassroots level. Sure, it may all seem likes it's coming from corporate HQ, with announcements and presentations that have their organisations in perpetual flux, but make no mistake about it, most of those decisions have been influenced by lobbyists in the lower levels.
added on 06.11.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary: Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office 101 : This article is based on the following book: Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office 101Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their CareersBy Lois P. Frankel, PhD Warner Books Inc.
added on 09.11.2016. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary: What is the Emperor Wearing : This article is based on the following book:What is the Emperor Wearing?Truth-Telling in Business RelationshipsBy Laurie WeissButterworth-HeinnemanISBN 0-7506-9872-1217 pagesOnce upon a time, an emperor who loved clothes was approached by two con men who made him an offer he couldn't refuse. They promised to weave him a special cloth that would be invisible to anyone that is stupid or unworthy of their position.
added on 10.11.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary:Turbo Strategy : This article is based on the following book: Turbo Strategy21 Powerful Ways to Transform Your Business and Boost Your Profits Quickly By Brian Tracy AMACOM, 2003ISBN 0814471935160 pages Businesses are run mostly on auto-pilot and any problem areas are only dealt with when they are already critical, but by then it may already be too late. Most business managers are too busy with the day-to-day work to sit back and look at the business critically in terms of its context and the direction it is going.
added on 11.11.2016. 08:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary : The E-Myth Revisited : This article is based on the following book: The E-Myth RevisitedWhy Most Small Business Don't Work and What to Do About ItBy Micheal Gerber Published by Harper Business, 2003ISBN 0967450659278 pages Ever wonder why most small businesses-- no matter how huge effort they put in their endeavor--still fail? Micheal Gerber reveals the answers in this book. Accordingly, the future of small businesses revolve in only three philosophies: the e-myth (entrepreneurial myth), the turn-key revolution, and the business development process.
added on 13.11.2016. 10:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary : The 18 Immutable Laws of Corporate Reputation : This article is based on the following book: The 18 Immutable Laws of Corporate ReputationBy Ronald J. Alsop Wall Street Journal Books ISBN 074323670X320 pages Everything an individual or company does or produces contributes to its reputation.
added on 14.11.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary : Execution : This article is based on the following book: Execution:The Discipline of Getting Things DoneBy Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan Crown Publishing GroupISBN 0609610570278 pages You've got the bright ideas and the smart people, and the market is just ready for you. But why hasn't your business taken off as you predicted? Maybe the problem is in your execution.
added on 15.11.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary: The Brand Called You : This article is based on the following book: The Brand Called You:"The Ultimate Brand-Building and Business Development Handbook to Transform Anyone Into an Indispensable Personal Brand" By Peter Montoya Published by Personal Branding Press 2003ISBN 0967450659278 pages What does it mean to consider yourself a brand? When Ralph Lifshitz wanted to become a famous fashion designer, he didn't start by working 24 hours a day designing clothes. The first thing he did was to change his name to Ralph Lauren.
added on 23.11.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary:What Color Is Your Parachute? : This article is based on the following book: What Color Is Your Parachute?A Practical Manual For Job-Hunters And Career-Changers By Richard N. Bolles Ten Speed Press 2004 EditionISBN 1 58008 541 5411 pages The best-selling job-hunter's bible for decades, this indispensable resource is a complete handbook for people who are on a quest to find their mission in life, or at the very least, the next good job that will put food on the table.
added on 24.11.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Find the Right Coach: 9 Guidelines for Executives : Find the Right Coach:Nine Guidelines for Executives It seems that coaches are everywhere these days. Senior Executives are hiring executive consultants in increasing numbers, and for a wider variety of reasons.
added on 12.04.2014. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Improving Your CEO Succession Odds : There's a hidden crisis in business today. A crisis causing board members, executives, employees and shareholders alike to lose sleep and question the future.
added on 13.04.2014. 17:00 in Business and Finance

Succss Tip: Business Plannning 101 : SELLING YOU ON YOUR BUSINESS You've probably heard it said that a business plan is a selling document. While it is very true that your business plan will be an invaluable aid to you in selling your business to others, you may not have considered that it can be a great way to sell or re-sell YOU on the business you have started.
added on 13.07.2014. 12:00 in Business and Finance

The Top Mistakes Executives Make in Leading Their Organizations : THE TOP MISTAKES TODAY'S EXECUTIVES MAKE IN LEADING THEIR ORGANIZATIONSFour Tips on Common Leadership Pitfalls to Avoid In today's uncertain economy, many organizations have been making some drastic changes to stay competitive and productive. This means that CEOs and other executives have to hone their leadership skills to make the most of what they have and encourage and inspire their teams to new heights of achievement.
added on 30.10.2014. 01:00 in Business and Finance

gomembers to participate at ASAE/Center for Association Leadership AMS Demo Days : FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEOctober 28, 2004gomembers to participate at ASAE/Center for Association Leadership AMS Demo Days [Herndon, VA] gomembers, Inc. (http://www.
added on 28.02.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Diversity: No Longer Just Black and White : Diversity in the workplace used to hinge upon the level of responsibility, pay, and respect that one could receive based upon the color of skin and ethnicity. But, these days, diversity in the workplace has become much more than that.
added on 25.03.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

gomembers' participates in Texas Society of Association Executives Meetings Industry Panel : gomembers, Inc. (http://www.
added on 05.06.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Chandler Hill: Body Language Can Make or Break Interviews : What you are saying in a job interview may not be coming out of your mouth. Experts agree that non-verbal elements such as appearance, posture and eye contact can account for 60 percent of what you're communicating in a job interview.
added on 29.06.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

How CEO's Can Use Axiology To Improve The Bottom Line (Part 2) : In the first article (first in a three part series) we explained the little known science of Axiology, the Value Profile and how it is helping CEO's obtain the greatest leverage from employee's strengths.We described how a CEO (we called him Richard) can accurately measure and compare candidates for a specific position or work on a specific project.
added on 01.09.2016. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Splitting the Roles of CEO and Chairman : Traditionally, in American businesses, the same person occupies the role of chairman of the board and chief executive officer, though this is gradually shifting to the European model. In most European, British, and Canadian businesses, the roles are usually split, in an effort to ensure better governance of the company, and in turn bring higher returns to investors.
added on 12.10.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

How CEO's Can Use Axiology To Improve The Bottom Line Part I : In today's fast-paced business world, CEO's are trying to keep up with change and adapt to the global marketplace, constantly searching the horizon for an edge over the competition.One thing they overlook is very close to home.
added on 15.10.2016. 15:00 in Business and Finance

Zero-based budgeting – start fresh, achieve more! : Every year, good business executives develop a budget. Peek into the planning sessions and operating mode of any well-run company and you will find a strong budgetary process at work.
added on 10.12.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

"Square One: Personality Impacts Job Fit" : Recently, one of my friends (let's call her Martha), the president of a very successful distribution business, lamented the firing of one of her key associates (Phyllis). Phyllis had been hired as a customer service rep in a new, telephone-based customer service effort that was acknowledged by Martha as a critical resource for her firm's growth in the next two years.
added on 31.12.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Stay in front of your business – if you don't your competitors will! : Which existing customer is your business about to lose? What potential customers will go to your competitors instead of you? What new threat will assault your business next week, next month or next quarter? When opportunity knocks is your business ready? Is your organization as fast and competitive as it can be? There is an old joke about a bear that goes something like this..
added on 01.03.2016. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Considering the Importance of Corporate Culture : Considering the Importance of Corporate Culture When it comes to sizing up job candidates, cultural fit is just as important to consider as qualifications. That's why hiring managers must use their heart and not just their head during the selection process.
added on 11.04.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

Buyer Beware: Choose A Business Coach Carefully To Get The Results You Want : Consider this scenario. A colleague suggests you get a business coach.
added on 20.04.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

The Benefits of EQ Coaching for Mid-Level Executives and Professionals : The majority of CEOs, executives and professionals are left-brained -- analytical, linear, and focused. They are good with numbers, and in communication tend to listen to the actual word spoken, word-by-word, missing the nuances, the expressions, the tone of voice, i.
added on 01.05.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

How Invisible Communication Barriers Affect Productivity : Many kinds of interferences or disturbances can confuse a message. Communication specialists call them ''noise.
added on 12.08.2016. 05:00 in Business and Finance

Hiring the Right Candidate for the Job and Your Company : Increasingly, companies are evaluating job candidates on how well they fit their corporate culture - not just the job. It's an important consideration, as shrinking budgets and economic uncertainty put a squeeze on corporate environments and demand smarter hiring practices.
added on 22.01.2015. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Coaching Your Small Business to Success : Coaching your Small Business to SuccessNo matter how large or small a business you operate, hiring an executive coach is no longer a luxury - it's a necessity in today's highly competitive business environment. No matter what your management and personality style, there's an executive or business coach for you.
added on 23.01.2015. 22:00 in Business and Finance

The Isolated Leader: Extraverted and Introverted Styles : When an executive moves up the hierarchal ladder in theorganization, the promotion is often accompanied by anincreasing sense of isolation and loneliness. Goleman,Boyatzis and McKee coined the phrase "CEO disease" todescribe the isolation of top executives in their bookPrimal Leadership.
added on 11.07.2015. 00:00 in Business and Finance

EI, Not IQ, Is The Key to Outstanding Leadership Performance : Does your executive team work at cross-purposes? Are yousuccessfully executing your vision? If you are struggling totake your leadership or your organization to a higher levelof performance, you may be unaware of the power of emotionalcompetence as a performance differentiator. Several decadesof research in Emotional Intelligence (EI) have demonstratedthat EI is what differentiates outstanding performers fromaverage performers.
added on 15.07.2015. 04:00 in Business and Finance

Cultivating Your Pathway to Success: Don't Leave Your Company's Future to Chance : Any successful CEO, president or business owner will tell you, operating a business is a formidable task. Every day brings an endless blizzard of problems, decisions and meetings.
added on 19.11.2015. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Phone Pitches Can Pay Off : More than a decade ago, Colorado consultant Debra Benton gave her career a lasting boost in less than one minute. She called a famous columnist and told him in one sentence what she did: teach executives how to have charisma.
added on 04.03.2016. 20:00 in Business and Finance

Answers to Your Questions About Executive Coaching : What is executive coaching? Coaches help executives increase their productivity, quality, work relationships and work satisfaction by increasing their emotional intelligence. They also help the executive define authenticity and values.
added on 08.04.2016. 07:00 in Business and Finance

Take Charge Of Your Career : Two years ago, I had a job in the corporate world. I had an office, a good salary, and the privilege of being known and respected for consistently doing a job well done.
added on 26.04.2016. 01:00 in Business and Finance

Building Better Teams Through Executive Coaching : Copyright 2003From the dawn of publicly held corporations, CEOs and upper-management executives have been placed on a pedestal. Too high to touch, too strong to falter, too knowledgeable to need help.
added on 06.05.2016. 11:00 in Business and Finance

Leading with Emotional Intelligence : Executives with a strong Emotional Quotient (EQ),as well as a strong Intelligence Quotient (IQ), are quickly becoming the leaders who ultimately make the best decisions and lead the most satisfying lives. These ten practical techniques will support you in bringing new life and amazing opportunities to you every day, both personally and professionally.
added on 31.05.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Soft Skills In the IT Environment - Part 2 of 2 : by Carole Nicolaides, Copyright 2002, All Rights Reservedwww.progressiveleadership.
added on 26.10.2016. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary: The Rebel Rules : Book Summary: The Rebel RulesBy: Regine Azurin and Yvette PantillaThis article is based on the following book:The Rebel Rules"Daring to be your self in business"Chip Conley, A Fireside Book, Simon & Schuster New York 2001ISBN 0-684-86516-5287 pagesWhat does it take to get in touch with your inner rebel and run a business on your terms? Today's Information Age has spawned a number of rebel business leaders, from Virgin's Richard Branson to The Body Shop's Anita Roddick -and to Joie de Vivre Hospitality's boy wonder - the author himself - people who have the passion, instinct, agility and vision to rewrite the rules of business so it is ethical, respects diversity, and means more to people than simply turning a profit.So what exactly is a rebel?1.
added on 06.11.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance

The Top Ten Ways to Change a Mediocre Employee Into a High Performing One : The Top Ten Ways to Change a Mediocre Employee Into a High Performing OneBy Monty J. Sharp, Certified Comprehensive Coachhttp://www.
added on 15.11.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Perspective is Everything : "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!"--AnonymousA living legend turned 100 in May. He's W.
added on 07.01.2014. 17:00 in Business and Finance

How to Kill Your Business in Two easy Steps : How to Kill Your Business in Two Easy StepsBy Monty J. Sharp, Certified Comprehensive Coachhttp://www.
added on 10.02.2014. 03:00 in Business and Finance

Preparing For Change During International Expansion : It was Charles Darwin who once wrote: "It's not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change".Business survival in the 21st century will depend on just how much firms are willing and able to compete in the global marketplace.
added on 15.02.2014. 08:00 in Business and Finance

The Trouble About International Advice : Executives need to realize that they cannot afford to undertake international expansion without seeking external advice. In the post-Enron corporate world, buyers need to be more educated about where to obtain advice.
added on 19.03.2014. 16:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary: How To Work With Just About Anyone : This article is based on the following book:How to Work with Just About Anyone"A Three-step Solution For Getting Difficult People To Change"By Lucy GillPublished by Fireside/ Simon and Schuster 1999ISBN 0-684-85527-5206 pages"I just can't seem to get along with this person!"Every office has that one difficult person to work with, who affects productivity due to a terrible attitude, chronic tardiness, or simply drives everyone else up the wall. Here is the answer to common problems in conflict management.
added on 05.04.2014. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Hiring Executives That Are A Perfect Fit : Copyright Kathi Graham-Levisshttp://www.xbcoaching.
added on 18.11.2014. 20:00 in Business and Finance

"Is Ineffective Listening Hurting Your Professionally?" : "Is Ineffective Listening Hurting Your Professionally?"Poor listening habits should be a serious concern to executives. When other people talk, do you really listen with your fullest attention? Do you remember the names of those you meet at functions? How well do you really know your clients? How well do you remember instructions?So much time is wasted by a lack of communication.
added on 22.12.2014. 06:00 in Business and Finance

I can't afford a publicity/public relations campaign . can I? : I can't afford a publicity/public relations campaign . can I?Todd Brabender-Spread The News PR, Inc.
added on 15.02.2016. 13:00 in Business and Finance

How To Manage Your Business Up For $ale : If you are interested in selling your business, start getting the word out early. Let your management and marketing savvy be known.
added on 27.05.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Nursing Jobs Website Wins Praise From Those Who Count - The Nurses and Employers Who Use It. : NursingExecutives.com, an innovative career website for executive and administrative nurses, is winning plaudits from those who count the most - executive nurses seeking career choices and the employers and recruiters who are seeking them.
added on 15.08.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

DUMP YOUR SPEECHES FOR LEADERSHIP TALKS! : attribution is provided to the author, and it appears with the included copyright, resource box and live web site link. Email notice of intent to publish is appreciated but not required: mail to: brent@actionleadership.
added on 11.12.2016. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Coca-Cola - A Value Stock? : There has been much talk lately about Coca-Cola and its potential as a value stock - as it now spots a dividend yield of 2.) 6% (which is the highest dividend yield since the late 1980s) and a P/E or less than 21 - right at the bottom of its five-year low.
added on 10.06.2016. 14:00 in Business and Finance

The Couch Potato Critic : ----------------------------------------------------------Permission is granted for the below article to forward,reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website,offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as longas no changes are made and the byline, copyright, and theresource box below is included. ----------------------------------------------------------The Couch Potato CriticBy Stephen BucaroThis is an idea I've had for a while about a Web business.
added on 14.06.2016. 12:00 in Business and Finance

Book Summary : Primal Leadership : This article is based on the following book: Primal Leadership"Leading To Lead With Emotional Intelligence" By Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, Annie Mckee Published by Harvard Business School Press 2004ISBN 1591391849306 pages Primal leadership takes center stage in this book. This concept goes beyond the set of conventional competencies on the making of a leader.
added on 26.06.2015. 09:00 in Business and Finance

How to Leverage Your Strengths for Peak Performance : Ask almost any business leader how to most effectively develop people and build teamwork and you'll hear, "tap into employees' strengths." Yet when it comes to their own careers, many managers still focus the majority of their personal development efforts on shoring up areas of weakness.
added on 17.07.2015. 06:00 in Business and Finance

7 Strategies for Sustained Innovation : The need for constant reinvention is a given in today's business environment. And while a breakthrough product or concept can catapult an organization ahead of its competitors, in these fast-paced times, that advantage is often short-lived.
added on 20.07.2015. 09:00 in Business and Finance

Balance Your Managerial Life : We have only one life, but we live in three overlapping worlds-our business world, our family world, and our other social world. Imagine bringing your spouse and kids to a meeting with seven of your salespersonnel.
added on 10.09.2015. 13:00 in Business and Finance

Are You Managing to Lead? : Are You Managing to Lead?By Monty J. Sharp, Certified Comprehensive Coachhttp://www.
added on 16.09.2015. 19:00 in Business and Finance

Your Value Proposition: A Critical Component To Having A Successful Job Search : Your value proposition is a series of statements defining your worth. It is the value you bring to the table - the skills, strengths, core competencies, marketable assets and accomplishments you can declare as your own.
added on 16.05.2016. 21:00 in Business and Finance

Executive Performance -- Who's to Blame for Incompetent Managers? : A recent article in the Wall Street Journal raised the question: Who's to blame for inept managers?The answer, of course, is the superiors who hire or promote them -- but not because they intentionally select or retain poor performers. Every leader knows that his or her own success depends on putting the right people in the right positions.
added on 08.07.2016. 02:00 in Business and Finance

What To Consider Before Buying a Franchise : Here are some useful tips on what to consider before buying a franchise. Before investing in any franchise system, be sure to get a copy of the franchisor's disclosure document.
added on 25.02.2014. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Boy Scouts of America and Leadership Coaching : The Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness talks with Dennis St. Jean, Assistant Director Professional Development Division, Boy Scouts of America, Irving, Texas.
added on 20.05.2014. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Why Would Anyone Hold a Bad Meeting? : Pssst, want a stock tip that will make you rich? Okay, here it is: phone a public corporation and ask to speak with the CEO.If a secretary tells you that the CEO expects to be busy in meetings for the next six hundred years, call your broker and sell the stock short.
added on 06.09.2014. 19:00 in Business and Finance

The Six Sigma Method and Design of Experiments : Six Sigma is becoming a proven approach for businesses and organizations to improve their performance. The spectrum of companies actively engaging in Six Sigma today is wide from industrials like Celanese, Caterpillar, GE, Honeywell, and 3M to service/retail organizations like Starwood Hotels, Sears, and Home Depot.
added on 05.10.2014. 00:00 in Business and Finance

Job Satisfaction - An Illusion or a Real Possibility? : A recent Chandler Hill Partners poll asking job seekers to comment on the level of satisfaction with their current job indicated that only 27 percent of respondents considered their jobs to be satisfying. A 27 percent satisfaction rate is an alarmingly low number considering that job satisfaction impacts productivity levels, quality of interaction in the corporate culture and society in general as workers return to their private lives with the stress and frustrations accumulated during the workday.
added on 31.08.2016. 18:00 in Business and Finance

Rē = EOC (Recruitment and Retention = Employer of Choice) : R² = EOC (Recruitment and Retention = Employer of Choice) By: Rick Johnson Problems with staffing and retention may not be due to bad hires or a low unemployment rate. In fact, they may be related to poor management insight by not recognizing your employees as a core competency in your business strategy.
added on 02.01.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Lone Wolf -- Lead Wolf : Lone Wolf -- Lead Wolf By: Rick Johnson "The Evolution of Leadership" Privately held companies range in size form very small "Mom & Pop" operations with revenue as low as $100,000 or less, to huge multi- million dollar distributors with locations all across North America. Wholesale distribution also has some mega-distributors with sales ranging from $1 billion to as much as $27 billion.
added on 03.01.2016. 23:00 in Business and Finance

Diversity Training: The Worst Possible Reasons To Request Executive Funding : Diversity Training: The Worst Possible Reasons To Request Executive Funding By: Tim Dawes You're on your organization's diversity committee. You have the best of intentions.
added on 31.01.2015. 06:00 in Business and Finance

Characteristics of a Good Leader : Characteristics of a Good Leader By: Alan Boyer It's interesting to hear the responses from executives when I ask them, "What are the characteristics of a good Leader?" If I ask that question in a large room of executives, or even upper level managers the answers will be all over the map, and many are conflicting. A couple of the usual answers are: -A leader is someone that empowers those working for him to make their own decisions.
added on 12.10.2015. 21:00 in Business and Finance

The Hottest KISS : The Hottest KISS By: Arvind Kumar The word 'KISS' sent a tingling sensation down under your heart. Frankly, I wake up everyday in my life in search of a KISS.
added on 23.04.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

Why Would Anyone Want to Hold a Bad Meeting? : Why Would Anyone Want to Hold a Bad Meeting? By: Steve Kaye Perhaps you have wondered why anyone would hold a meeting that wastes everyone's time and produces nothing. There are easy answers to this question, such as 1) they don't know that their meetings could be effective, 2) they don't know what an effective meeting is like, or 3) they don't know how to hold an effective meeting.
added on 17.05.2016. 22:00 in Business and Finance

7 Ways to Protect Your Boss From Bad Meetings : 7 Ways to Protect Your Boss From Bad Meetings By: Steve Kaye Most bosses spend too much of their time in meetings. This happens because executives respond to problems by calling meetings to fix them.
added on 22.05.2016. 03:00 in Business and Finance