An unsettling thing about making decisions is knowing a gap exists between knowledge and 100% right. There is a fine line between confidence and self-assurance.
Differentiation is everything. If your strategy doesn’t include external pressures why do we still feel the need to put head space around them? Strategy is
Fostering an engaged employee experience, from job posting to hiring to adding value to the work they (and you) do … is harder than you
Our actions show what we prioritize. The perception of those priorities add to, or take away from, your organization’s culture.
Our life experiences are based on many things – one of which is the differences in how we live and work. These experiences
With so many distractions and opportunities, focus can be difficult. What you do, the habits you cultivate, reinforce your ability to achieve your goals. Jess Dewell, mentor to executives and founders, discusses productivity, time, and more with guest Joe Workman, technology entrepreneur.
Technology changes at an incredible rate, yet many processes used to introduce people to your software haven’t changed at the same rate. The way you
Systems, processes, and results, oh my! We create systems and processes for our workflow, yet we don’t always connect that important work to how we
There are times we make decisions that impact those around us. It is important to remember that people not involved in the decision-making process are impacted, too. Win-win situations can be elusive, especially when we don’t include key elements into the way we think. How hard is it to create win-win situations? Tags: equity work, […]
It’s easy to look at others and critique their leadership style. It’s harder to look objectively at that characteristic in ourselves. In this program we will discuss important characteristics of leaders and how
What we prioritize is what we value. When looking at our choices, do they align with our values and move the needle toward growth? Growth of your business, growth of
Most things are out of your control, and yet you have the ability to think and act in ways that will influence the direction of your business. Your success will come from
Being truly customer-centric includes knowing the reason that people buy your product. And that reason is found through experimentation. The way you test directly
The more you think up front in business, the easier it is to adapt, change, and even pivot as necessary. Yet most of us don’t plan for what
Is our vision enough to create and scale the business we lead? It’s how you think, decide, and follow through. Having accountability matters, and impacts
Find out how a few small adjustments in your business plan strategy can increase profitability and reduce the cost of customer acquisition over time