I often get calls from clients about various leadership-related scenarios they face. Sometimes they already know the answers but want to hear alternative ideas. One thing is for sure; there isn't just one way to handle leadership questions on the front line. Here is a sample of a client's recent … [Read more...] about Leadership Questions From the Front Line
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With a background of looking at businesses to find their flaws and what they do well, those that stand out to me consistently delivered customer service fundamentals. Despite a competitive market, they've continued to grow their businesses by focusing on their customer's experience with their … [Read more...] about Are Customer Service Fundamentals Necessary?
Whether you are in good times or bad, managing people is one of the biggest challenges any business owner faces. What costs your business the most is getting the most from your team. Recruiting, hiring, and then retaining people who can be long term contributors isn't an easy task to pull off under … [Read more...] about What Costs Your Business The Most?
Starting a business takes more than working capital to make it successful. Selling one also requires more planning and forethought to maximize the situation. After 25 years leading, I decided it was time to move on to other ventures. Here are a few tips I learned from selling my last … [Read more...] about A Few Tips I Learned From Selling My Last Company