13 Apr

Agile Leadership Drives Organizational Performance

The ability of an organization to respond to changes in both its internal and external environment is called agility.  An organizations agility is paramount to its long term, and often its short term, success.  The turbulence that businesses have been experiencing in the last several decades is not going away.  Whether the challenges are created by political, climatic or economic events, the organization must respond rapidly, or whether, possibly dying in the process.  The ability to respond to these challenges as well as identify and capture new opportunities is a key factor in ensuring the sustainability, and growth, of a business.  The key is, Agile Leadership Drives Organizational Performance.

How do you make that happen?

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06 Apr

Is Business or Executive Coaching A Good Value

Depending on your experience the value brought by Business or Executive Coaching is Good, Bad or you’ve never considered it.  Let’s be honest, there are a lot of people out there presenting themselves as Coaches.  Some are very good at what they do and others are simply looking for a way to make money.  The key to a good Coaching experience is as much in how you choose or select a Coach but also how “Coachable” you are as well as the credentials a Coach has.  How can you, a Business Owner, Leader, Executive or Professional get the best value from a Business or Executive Coach?

 

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30 Mar

The Future of Work – Are You Ready

Work is changing, and for many, the future will eliminate the work they do today.  A recent report by the McKinsey Global Institute concluded that nearly two-thirds of all jobs could have a significant part – at least 30% – of their activities automated by 2030.  That could affect 800 million roles, it said.  Further, “… about half of all work activities globally have the technical potential to be automated by adapting currently demonstrated technologies…”  This has a significant impact on the future of business and on the future of the workforce.  If you are a Business owner or Leader, preparing for this inevitable change should be a big part of your strategic planning.   The year 2030, the endpoint of this study, isn’t far away.

What will you do?

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09 Mar

What Should A Business Owner Do

There are a lot of people telling Business Owners what to do with their business.  Accountants are telling them to reduce their tax exposure, Advisors are telling them to sell more to make more or plan for their business exit, Consultants are addressing business pain points, and Coaches are either telling them to feel good about their business or are helping owners solve their business problems themselves.  All of that conflicting and competing advice and owners are confused about what to do.  As a result, many Business Owners do nothing.  That is, without question, the worst thing a Business Owner should do.  The question remains – what should a Business Owner do?

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02 Mar

Why is Everyone Calling Themselves an Employer of Choice?

It sometimes seems as if every business in the US has decided they are the one.  It appears that every business has either declared itself an Employer of Choice or a Best Place to Work.  In a market where competition for talent is everywhere, I don’t understand why every employer wants to be just like everyone else.  There are seminars on “Becoming” a Best Place to Work, workshops on leveraging yourself as a Best Place to Work or Employer of Choice, and courses on Employer of Choice recruiting.  It seems as if every business is exactly the same and in being the same they become nothing more than words…so what do you do to overcome this?

What’s the solution?

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