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To Improve Execution, Focus on What You Can Control

According to recent studies by the Gallop Organization, lack of employee engagement is costing many companies anywhere from 15% to 50% of payroll. That means while employees are paid 100% of their pay and benefits, anywhere from 15% to 50% of that money can be considered as wasted from an ...
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3 Steps CEO’s Must Take Now to Improve Strategy

Is your organization growing at the rate of your vision? If not, one of the following is most likely the barrier: • Leadership – Everything rises and falls on leadership. • People – Would you enthusiastically rehire everyone on your team? • Strategy – If leadership and people are not ...
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Is your team resilient?

Business leaders today face major uncertainties. The pace of change dictates that organizations be resilient. Business leaders may not be able to control or even predict the challenges they will face, but they can control the quality of the teams they build. The winning teams will be made up of ...
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Are you championing execution?

Leaders always find a way to win. Leaders inspire their followers to turn their vision into reality. One way they do this by championing execution. Champion execution by mastering the following: Creating Momentum Momentum is magic. Everything is easier when you have momentum. Momentum starts with massive action, focus and ...
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Three Steps to Leveraging Cadence to Drive Change

What if a system existed that would help you make major progress in any area of your business or your life?  Would you want to know more about it?  Would you use it? The good news is, that system does exist!  When put into place in your daily life, it ...
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3 Questions that Drive Innovation

Innovation is the “process of improvement by transforming a future vision into today’s reality”. A great example is what Apple did with ear phones with the roll out of the iPhone 7. The iPhone 7’s most controversial innovation was the wireless headphones known as AirPods.  It became controversial when Apple ...
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3 Keys to Creating an Aligned Organization

You’re the leader of a strong team. You have a great idea. It’s backed by a bold vision. But are those things enough for your team to reach their true potential?  For YOU to reach your true potential? Unfortunately, the answer is no.  There is another critical component:  alignment. No ...
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Leadership Lessons from Tony Robbins and September 11

Leadership Lessons from Tony Robbins and September 11

In September 2001, I was in Waikoloa, Hawaii attending a Tony Robbins Life Mastery Event.  I was a young leader with a team of about 60, and I was facing some challenges.  I hoped to gain some insight, new tools and leadership lessons from one of the greats. When the ...
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Let Setbacks Refine You Not Define You

By 2007 Steve Hall, founder and CEO of driversselect, had taken a four-year-old car dealership from startup to $70 million in annual sales.  He was working hard, growing the business and was making money.  However, something was missing.  In a recent Conscious Capitalism panel discussion, Steve said he kept thinking ...
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