Category: Corporate Governance

Some Interesting Statistics About the State of Business Today!

Posted on 03/26/14 No Comments

Studies and surveys conducted by universities, government organizations and the media are revealing some startling – and occasionally stark – statistics about the state of business in America today. Among the more incredible realities facing business owners today is the fact that, as the last of the Baby Boomers retire over the next 13 years, […]

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Surrounded by Idiots

Posted on 11/06/13 No Comments

I fully understand the frustration of entrepreneurial CEOs in executing their vision and the sense that they are surrounded with incompetence.  It takes patience but the way to achieving their vision is to inspire people to their fullest potential and thereby get 100% productivity out of them rather than measure how many minutes to the […]

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Going Out on a Limb

Posted on 10/09/13 No Comments

I recently wrote about the importance of inspiring excellence in employees.  Someone took exception to it.  Maybe a lot of people took exception to it but this particular person felt strongly enough to call me.  She is the owner of a small business and, as she sees it, she pays her employees to be excellent […]

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Create An Environment of Accountability

Posted on 04/10/12 No Comments

Do your people know exactly what is expected of them in terms of levels of performance? Do you know how to get the most out of each member of your team? Does your team hold themselves accountable? As I travel and do work around the world it amazes me that there are business owners and […]

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