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The 3 Point Solution to Improve Performance and Address One of a Leader’s Biggest Frustrations

Have you ever had somebody on your team that’s withdrawn or someone whose performance has dropped and you just know that there is something going on? Isn’t that one of the most frustrating things we deal with as leaders? If our employees would just tell us the problem, we could fix it and help improve …

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What Are The Kansas City Royals Teaching Us About Leadership and Building a Great Culture?

The Kansas City Royals blazed through the ALCS to the World Series, after sweeping the Orioles almost exactly 29 years after winning their last pennant. This polar shift can teach us a great deal about building and leading a culture that breeds success in your organization. The Royals are coming off of a 29-YEAR losing …

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Mark Fenner, President and Certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach Rise Performance Group

Press Release: Rise Performance Group Teams up with Leading Business Process Outsourcing Provider to Enhance Leadership Performance

  Rise Performance Group Teams up with Leading Business Process Outsourcing Provider to Enhance Leadership Performance DALLAS, September 13, 2014 –Rise Performance Group has engaged with the leading cloud-based BPO provider, OneSource Virtual (OneSource), to implement a customized leadership development program helping the company improve top and bottom line performance. Mark Fenner, president of Rise Performance …

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How to Guard Against the 4 Deadly Sins of Leadership

The latest financial reports were bleak. Leadership was challenged to act quickly…but didn’t. Within a year, the company filed bankruptcy. Within three years, this company that had been in business for 70 years was dissolved, with significant losses to bondholders, corporate vendors, and 16,000 employees. What killed this once-thriving multi-billion dollar company?   And, more …

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Who Stands Out?

Try to answer this question posed in a recent business conversation: Who stands out domestically as a leader with great integrity? The question was met with…silence. Mark Fenner, president of Rise Performance Group, summed up the concerns of many when he said, “We believe there’s a dearth of leadership in our country.” And Rise partner …

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Why Do Good People Underperform?

By Mark Fenner Why Do Good People Underperform? For a new hire, you may now be wondering what you saw in that person in the first place. For existing staffers, there may be a change for the worse in their performance, and you’re puzzling over why. There are a few general reasons why someone is …

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3 Steps to Help Your Managers Prepare for Difficult Conversations

By Dario Priolo During times of budget challenges and uncertainty, supervisors might be experiencing an increase in the number of difficult conversations with their staff. These could include delivering bad news about an employee’s job, informing staff about work restructuring, or discussing other complicated and stressful work situations. 1. Preparing for the conversation Before going …

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