Monthly Archives: April 2014

Employee Engagement Tip #9 – Inside the Circles of Change


The linkages between three employee groups in their articles gave me pause. What is the overlap between the vision casting Senior Management group, the controlling Middle Management group, and the executing Front Line managers? Continue reading

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The Tight Sound of Teamwork


If you thought of your business as a band, how would you describe it? In what genre would you be? Who would be your lead singer or guitar player? Would your fans talk about your songs or your players? Continue reading

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The “Tee” in Teamwork


What can you learn about teamwork and synergy at a charity golf event? Usually not much, but this week proved the exception. Continue reading

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#sayitfacetoface


I spent today counseling a client on how to repair a damaged relationship with another business. Here’s what I learned: Emails are the most dangerous forum for negotiating or resolving disputes. Continue reading

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