Welcome back or welcome to Part 2 if you just finished reading Part 1 of this blog post Part 2 focuses on accountability and execution while Part 1 discussed business overview and planning. As a quick reminder, the four pillars are: Accountability When you think their goals are pipe dreams, that is all they will […]
Are you tired of second-guessing yourself and missing out on opportunities? Well, worry no more because you CAN quickly assess day-to-day items without any stress!
The secret to success lies in four powerful pillars that will help you easily reach your goals:
When we struggle with our mental strength and feel at the end of our rope, we need to find a way to build our emotional resilience and invest in our physical well-being.
Culture is determined by the way we do work and connects every business function and person. Digging deep when results and outcomes are not as expected requires a willingness to notice what creates undesirable results.
To grow is to learn new things, meaning – getting out of our comfort zone and out of our own way.
Asking bold business questions that dig below the surface can be scary. But it’s a vital part of being a great leader. But before you even start asking questions, you have to learn how to listen carefully and embrace some much-needed silence. It’s worth it to be vulnerable when it comes to the important work […]
When we talk about change, we’re talking both big and small. This could be a small tweak to your daily operations or a huge pivot in your company’s mission. Either way, when you’re focusing and refocusing your business strategy, keep these tips in mind.
The world is changing by the day — or by the hour, really — and business leaders must learn to adapt to stay competitive. When it comes to adapting to this change, “you simplify every single time,” says Tom Libelt of Smart Brand Marketing. “Stop thinking about all these other things and the bloat in […]
When you’re at the bottom, you have to accept accountability and solicit feedback. This is the core of the whole “learn from your mistakes” adage. Be transparent with your team, and listen.
In the whirlwind of your day-to-day grind, every task seems critical, and every idea seems like a good one. You can jump from one objective to the other without taking time to assess whether the areas of your business you prioritize will lead to success.
No matter how different your business is from the competition, it would be best if you had clarity before deciding why and how to do more with less.
To build and grow a business, and make bold business moves, prioritizing both positioning and growth is essential. Positioning is a key element to your growth strategy.
It’s difficult to make plans surrounded by uncertainty. However, we can’t allow ourselves and our businesses to stay still. Even with a slow economy and disruption lurking behind every corner, we need to prepare the best we can.
Whether “manager” is part of your job title or not, some form of management certainly is. After all, you are accountable for your portion of work, and that includes the way you show up to interactions with other people.
If you are like 75% of the successful companies that have pre-established systems to inform their strategy, you’ve already incorporated ways to put attention on these areas. Because things change, we must adapt and so must our processes.
Defining good leadership is an impossible feat, but you can learn from successful companies and leaders and define your own unique strategy.