Organizational change involves much more than altering a few C-level job titles or embarking on a short-term cultural initiative. As many businesses realize, once the change process begins a genuine shift must originate at the top, be well-planned, and its purpose communicated repeatedly and embraced at all levels in order to succeed.
More specifically, those charged with planning and implementing… Click Here to Continue Reading
Self-confidence is the bedrock foundation upon which every CEO and business owner builds his or her repertoire of leadership skills. After all, if you don’t believe in yourself—and your potential as a leader—how can you expect anyone else to believe in you?
But what many prominent and successful business leaders may not happily admit is, they haven’t always had that… Click Here to Continue Reading
Thanks to globalization and the digitalization of business, the days of “local” or even “national” business are past. Your business may cater predominantly to a target audience in a local community, but there’s no reason it has to be so strictly confined. Across the US, small businesses are extending their global reach and finding a new customer base in countries… Click Here to Continue Reading
To fix your company’s toxic culture, you must first identify what’s wrong. Some business leaders ignore signs of trouble because their attention is fixed elsewhere. Others willfully disregard the problem, hoping it will “fix itself.” But no company can thrive for long if it’s riddled with issues related to how employees are treated and a consistently low workplace morale.How… Click Here to Continue Reading
In the lifecycle of many, if not most, businesses, a time comes when it’s best to start de novo, or from scratch. At other times, the most effective strategy is go out and buy another company.
New acquisitions provide opportunities not only to obtain new service and product lines but also opportunities to find new and great talent for your… Click Here to Continue Reading