No matter who or what is being led – a small team, an entire department, a small business or a large enterprise – every leader needs to bring clarity to a strategy in order for it to be successful. Why? Author and speaker, Andy Stanley, says it best: people
It was the most interesting three-minute conversation I’ve had in years. It was also a stark reminder about an important lesson I’ve learned as a marketer and a business owner: where is a company’s focus now versus where it should be.
It’s not the Canadian way to say anything negative about our beloved national sport but when it comes to fighting in hockey – it’s the DVD of the sport.
This week at my TEC (The Executive Committee) meeting we had a great guest speaker, Al Killeen. Al is a successful executive coach from Boulder, Colorado, and I like to think he’s living proof that there are more than just retired hippies living there. And, after listening to Al
This past weekend I brought my son, Rylan, to a local mountain to teach him how to snowboard. He’s been dying to go for months. For anyone who’s tried to learn the sport, you’ll recall the pain of spending a lot of time on your rear-end and feeling sorry
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, the most effective way to grow profitable revenue is to retain great customers. This is not news and most of us would agree with the sentiment.
As leaders, we know that not every decision we make will create perfect harmony. In fact, many of our decisions stand a good chance of dividing rather than uniting. Why?
What can I say? It’s awards season. But while others might be focusing on movies, TV programs or music videos, I’m interested in those that recognize business culture, performance and growth. And there are several award programs out there for the Professional Services sector.