The decision to seek out a business partner can be challenging for any CEO or business leader. First, there’s the internal voice saying, “I don’t need anyone’s help! I can do this myself!” Then—when it becomes clear that having a partner is a good idea—there’s deciding who to search for, how to make the right approach, what guidelines to work… Click Here to Continue Reading
CEO burnout can be a tricky thing to self-diagnosis. Days, weeks, even months may go by before a CEO or business owner recognizes that he or she is overly stressed, close to the end of their tether, and exhibiting behavior that adversely impacts the workplace.
Compounding the problem is the tendency among many A-type personalities never to admit that they… Click Here to Continue Reading
You’ve been running your business for years now and things are going pretty well. Your P&L statements look good, your turnover is low, and your employees seem to be happy.Lately, though, you’ve been wondering if you could be doing even better. You’ve never had much formal leadership training and while you’ve learned a great deal on the job, there… Click Here to Continue Reading
You’ve got a new product or service to bring to market. You’ve been working on this for months. You’ve tested the market, reaching out to existing customers and potential customers to see how your new creation will be received. It’s been so well received, that you actually have pre-orders and early bird signups piling up.
You researched the best delivery… Click Here to Continue Reading
You’ve heard the term “It’s lonely at the top.” But, you never really understood it until you ran your own business. Perhaps you built that business from the ground up and spent the early days with only a houseplant and Buddy, your faithful Golden Retriever as “employees.” Or maybe you stepped into the role of CEO at an existing company.… Click Here to Continue Reading