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In my experience, one of the most formidable powers in your workplace is peer pressure. The daily, if not minute by minute, sense by an individual that whatever they do in an environment surrounded by their co-workers, friends, family, and associates will be...read more
My simple definition of an organization's culture is: (Leadership + Strategy) = Culture Who leaders are, what they believe, how they behave, and their plan or strategy to move the organization forward and deliver increasing value to stakeholders tends to define the...read more
Find a simple way to "share the success" of your organization with your workgroups and you can unleash amazing capacity and potential within your workforce! Learn more at IncentShare.comread more
Over my 25+ year career as a business leader, there have been a number of strategies or approaches to creating value and meeting marketplace needs that I've seen as true game changers. Virtually all were pioneered by others, but several I've been able to learn from...read more
Many leaders are inclined to take on big challenges and make promises that will stretch their capabilities. In fact, it may be a requirement of their job. Can you relate? Sometimes we make commitments with ourselves, but often there is pressure from others...read more
"If you pick the right people and give them the opportunity to spread their wings, and put compensation as a carrier behind it, you almost don't have to manage them." Jack Welch - 20yr. CEO of General Electricread more