Can the phrase “great leadership” be automatically applied to today’s politicians? It’s not an easy question to answer but I personally like to think it’s something they all aspire to. Why? Because great leadership is, quite simply, a requirement of their role.
Working with leaders and entrepreneurs on a regular basis gives me the opportunity to connect with them in a way that others do not. How? I get to see the mentality they have towards change, something that can best be explained with a story.
I’ve had the privilege of working and interacting with some exceptional leaders who run great businesses and maintain impeccable reputations in their industries and communities. Unfortunately, I’ve also worked with the exact opposite. We all have.
I make a habit every holiday to learn something new. This often involves two steps: a) reflecting on a key theme that I feel will have the biggest impact for organizations and b) finding sources to learn more about that theme, usually in the form of books, blogs, Ted
The Christmas season is certainly a time for giving gifts to people we care about. It’s also a significant time for many charitable organizations where 51% of them receive the lion share of their total annual donations between October and December.
As 2015 comes to a close, at CREW we’re taking the chance to look back at all of the exciting projects we’ve had the opportunity to work on this year.
One of the more interesting conversations I’ve had in a long-time was with a business owner who recently exclaimed: “Braden, I don’t believe in marketing”. He announced it almost triumphantly as if he’d found some kind of secret or that marketers are con-men looking to swindle hard working entrepreneurs
The nursery industry isn’t well known for embracing advancements in digital technology so when DeVry Nurseries approached us to help launch a new division that’s never been tried in North America, it was a challenge we couldn’t refuse.