Monthly Archives: April 2016

Since you’re reading this blog, you are most likely an entrepreneur, small business owner, or senior organizational leader. There is one thing you all have in common – your position can be isolating. Entrepreneurs and small business owners, in particular,...
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  • Team Work on the Mechanism of Metal Gears.
In the “Why Teams Outperform Groups” blog, we talked about the difference between leading groups and leading teams and why that distinction is so important. This week, we’ll be discussing the primary ingredients in creating a successful team: trust and understanding....
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  • Team working together
Spring is the season of renewal. As we enjoy the transformation of nature and eventual warmer weather, let’s take the month of April to explore some ideas that can help transform ourselves and our work. Think about the last time...
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  • Year Two Takes Grit
Last month’s posts (March) had the theme of reflection and its role in your business success. As important as reflection is, one of the primary benefits from thinking critically about what we’ve done and how we think is to use...
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