Tag Archives: Succession Planning

Stop Asking These 3 Questions In Job Interviews!

Many times, potential A-list employees (you know, the ones you need) will often walk out of an interview not wondering whether or not they did well; rather, they’ll be thinking of a respectful way to decline your offer if and when it comes. Continue reading

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Can You Handle The Truth?

Sometimes the truth makes us uncomfortable. If that discomfort results in taking action to address the reality, that’s not such a terrible thing, is it? Continue reading

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This Choice Is Costing You THOUSANDS!!

In business as in life, there are ups and downs. Nobody is immune to this. The difference between successful outcomes and unreached potential (either personal or for your organization) can be measured using a lot of different variables. However, there is one that is the best indicator of potential success or abject failure.
Let’s call it The Laziness Influence. Continue reading

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What’s Your System?

3 Things That Happen When Using Systems Continue reading

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12 Things To Do BETTER In 2015!!

It’s that time of year – time for cheer, being good, forgetting about our Cleanse, Mediterranean, Atkins, South Beach, (fill in the blank here) diets, packed malls and parking lots….. And of course, my annual list of suggestions and tactics … Continue reading

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Succession Planning: Beyond the WHY

Succession planning – it’s probably something that you’ve heard tossed around in conversations and in management meetings.  The concept of succession planning is being talked about a lot lately.  There’s a very good reason for this: there will be quite … Continue reading

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