Small businesses hunger to have a so-called “rockstar employee” in their ranks and a few manage to generate an entire team of high-performing individuals. But for many companies, several factors contribute to the lack of success in this arena.… 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
For every business, there’s a lot riding on employees being fully engaged in what they do. A lack of engagement can result in productivity deficits, a breakdown in morale, and higher-than-normal employee turnover. Such conditions are untenable for any business in the long run.
Conversely, there’s really no limit to what can happen when employees feel they’re an integral part… Click Here to Continue Reading
When our daughter was 3 1/2 years old, she wanted her ears pierced. She constantly whined and pleaded, but her mother didn’t feel she was ready to take care of them herself. I tried to convince her she really didn’t want to have her ears pierced. “They use a big needle. It’s going to hurt,” I’d say. But she was… Click Here to Continue Reading
People ask me why the Catapult process works so well. I typically tell them that it is a combination of things. First the three components: mastermind group, business education, and business coaching all contribute to the development of the chief executive.
The mastermind process is critical to learning from other CEOs, testing your ideas, receiving feedback, and shortening the growth… Click Here to Continue Reading