Too often, CEOs and business owners running companies don’t utilize the brainpower and talents that reside within the organization. As a result, they get limited thinking.
Whatever the business, I’m convinced that the people holding the shovel, working the end of the assembly line or inputting data at a keyboard often have splendid ideas on how to do things better.… Click Here to Continue Reading
As a Catapult Groups CEO Coach and management consultant, a major focus of my work is helping business leaders get serious when selecting and hiring the right people. Lazy and shortsighted hiring processes are so widespread in the business world that this has become the norm, yet hiring the wrong people is the most important contributor to poor company performance.… Click Here to Continue Reading
Guest Author: Donna M. Genett, Ph.D.
Dr. Genett is a past speaker for Catapult Groups and the author of If You Want It Done Right, You Don’t Have to Do It Yourself! The Power of Effective Delegation. With over two decades of experience in management consulting, Dr. Genett speaks on the topics of managerial effectiveness, business, executive and management consulting.… Click Here to Continue Reading
Many CEOs and business owners view their primary role as the person responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the business. Typically, this encompasses everything from production, distribution, sales and marketing to hiring (at least at the senior executive level), finance and planning.
But, as any CEO or business owner with even limited experience can tell you, supervising day-to-day business… Click Here to Continue Reading
This article, authored by CEO Brad Mishlove, was featured in Nevada Business Magazine.
Many qualities go into the makeup of effective small and medium enterprise (SME) leadership. Without these qualities, a CEO, business owner or entrepreneur may attain a certain degree of success, but chances are it will be fleeting and will fall far short of what could have been… Click Here to Continue Reading