How is a business like a bookcase? Looking at so many possibilities can be exciting and also overwhelming. How does one keep it organized, how do you know where to begin, and where can you focus your time and energy to get the most benefit out of so much opportunity? Read below for a process for gaining clarity, getting focused, and making better decisions!
Leaders are decision makers. This Tip highlights what to avoid in your decision making process.
To make your meetings more productive, read this Tip by Paul Axtell.
It’s time to assess the first quarter of the year and determine what you should start, continue and STOP doing in your business. This Tip focuses on how to know when to STOP.
If you are like me, 2015 is providing great opportunities to change. This Tip provides a model to assist you with your transformations.
This Tip explores the impact of the word I chose for 2014, and shares my new word for 2015. It’s amazing what a single word can inspire!
It’s the time of year to take a good look at your business – what went well & what needs attention? Here’s an exercise to help you assess & create goals for the new year.
Are your business decisions guided more by common sense or your deeper wisdom? In this Tip see what Michael Neill promotes.
Think that no one notices when you don’t follow through on what you say you will do? As the leader of your organization you are more visible than you think. This Tip by Richard Daft shares a reminder of what can happen when you don’t “walk the talk.”
Even the strongest decision makers can get stuck with a significant or complex choice. In this Tip, Simon Tyler offers 6 techniques to help you access clarity, intuition and a way forward.