Process Improvement

Minimize the Impact when a Key Employee Leaves the Company
March 10, 2020 Process Improvement
In last week’s blog we talked about a business owner having a succession plan to ensure the continuation of the business in the owner’s absence. In this blog, we want to give some tips for developing succession plans for your key employees. Has any of these scenarios ever happened ...
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Succession Planning Helps Business Owners Sleep at Night
March 3, 2020 Process Improvement
Have you ever had these thoughts? “I lay awake at night and wonder if my business would be okay if something were to happen to me.” “The business is too dependent on my sales. If something were to happen to me, would the business survive?” “If something were to ...
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Do the Hustle
December 10, 2019 Process Improvement, Transformational Coaching
“Persistence has its own momentum.” —Cheryl Strayed Quick. Pulse check. How is your energy level today? Is it a driving or dragging force on your team?
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Stand and Deliver
November 5, 2019 Process Improvement
As a business leader you can’t predict the future with certainty. If you can, we suggest that you guard that superpower! However, you can build a team and an organization that’s well positioned to thrive in uncertain times. Leaders that cultivate new mindsets, increase team skill sets and strengthen ...
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Economic Eyes Wide Open
October 1, 2019 Leadership Development, Process Improvement, Sales and Sales Management, Transformational Coaching
Rumble. Rumble. Rumble. Are you tuned in? Most of us are hearing and talking about it. There are certainly conversations happening and important questions being posed. There are signs and economic indicators that we may be heading towards a recession. We’ve heard opinions that the economy may stay flat, ...
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It’s All About Execution!
September 24, 2019 Process Improvement
You’ve held the meetings. All the priorities have been defined. Next year’s strategy has been drafted. Then, more emails and follow up discussions arose. Now, everyone (well, almost everyone!) on the leadership team agrees, is aligned and the annual strategic plan and goals are all set. Every employee knows ...
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Bring Your Human to Work (Part 2)
July 30, 2019 Process Improvement
Last week, we learned the first five approaches to making the workplace more human shared in the book Bring your Human to Work: 10 Surefire Ways to Design a Workplace That’s Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World by Erica Keswin. Did you put ...
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Bring Your Human to Work (Part 1)
July 23, 2019 Process Improvement
Erica Keswin’s book, Bring your Human to Work: 10 Surefire Ways to Design a Workplace That’s Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World, has some great advice for those of us involved in creating Great Places to Work. She writes that “Honoring relationships is ...
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Now or Later?
June 11, 2019 Process Improvement
90 days. According to recent research
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“Can I ask you something?”
March 26, 2019 Process Improvement
Sometimes feedback feels more like a _________ than a _________. When’s the last time one of your team members asked you for some direct feedback? The answer to that question is probably as good as any to take a random “pulse check” of culture at your organization. In fact, ...
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