As a business your brand is not just what you say on your website or marketing materials. It’s also how people experience you – including what you stand for, aka your values. Company values drive behavior, shape culture, and are strong building blocks for growth. Research and experience show that values drive organizational practices, help […]
Strategy and Planning
You’ve got lots of brilliant ideas waiting to come to life and a list of things that simply have to get done. The trouble is, you struggle to execute them. This can leave you frustrated and unsure about what to do next. It can also cause you to walk away from big dreams and goals.
Ah, summer, a chance to unwind and relax. Yet, all the business leaders and entrepreneurs I know are anything but bored.
Either they’re playing catch up, trying to keep up with a surge in business, adjusting to funky supply chains, recruiting to fill talent gaps, or dealing with one of many other challenges facing businesses right now.
“Imagine a tomorrow compelling enough to guide your choices today.” Michael Hyatt Thinking about vision in the context of business can feel abstract and fuzzy. Can you relate? If so, you need to make space and devote time to clarifying your vision, i.e. your picture of the future. Here’s why: If you don’t have a clear
67% of good strategies reportedly fail because of execution. Overcome the most common challenges to execution by implementing 5 practices that enable you and your team to tackle them effectively.
You have big goals for your business But figuring out how to tackle them strategically can be challenging. Use these four steps to get clear on where you’re going and identify the priority projects that will get you there.
Unmet expectations and frustration are symptoms of unclear communication. Learn how to use feedback to improve team performance and engagement.
What if I told you that you could gain 10 hours by spending one hour planning? Would you do it? Brian Tracy, a recognized authority on achievement and leadership, says, “Every minute you spend in planning saves 10 minutes in execution; this gives you a 1,000 percent Return on Energy!” I’ve experienced the multiplier effect