Cutting Back for Business Growth

We know that in all of our endeavors, we are at the center of all relationships. Regardless of how we interact with the world – as an entrepreneur, parent, or corporate executive, we have the personal power to influence our outcomes. If we want more out of business, we need to get focused on becoming…

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Stability is a Myth

This article originally appeared on TalentCulture.com How many times have you hired someone because they seemed like the right person? They do well in some situations but they slip in situations they should otherwise succeed in. Now the Manager has to put things back together. We spend time recruiting, training, and re-training people over and…

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Building Legendary Teams With Leadership

This article originally appeared on TalentCulture.com FREE Download – 7 Talent Strategies for High Performing Teams Leadership. A single word that carries many different beliefs. It’s intimidating for some and a journey for others. Another word that comes to mind is success. Next time you have a meeting, ask each person what success means to…

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Culture as a Competitive Advantage

This post originally appeared on TalentCulture.com FREE Download – 7 Talent Strategies for High Performing Teams A high-performing culture starts with a culture of learning and development. I know what you are thinking: culture is complex. I am speaking of high-performing results. A company that sets out to entice employees with flexibility, comfort, beverage bars…

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People, Performance And Building Legendary Teams [Interview]

FREE Download – 7 Talent Strategies for High Performing Teams The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, September 3, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT). The #TChat radio portion runs the first 30 minutes from 7-7:30 pm ET, followed by the #TChat Twitter chat from 7:30-8 pm ET. Last week we…

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From The Yankees To Entrepreneurial HQ Radio Interview

Patrick Antrim was on top of the world. He was drafted as shortstop for the New York Yankees and was making his way through their organization when they drafted a certain future Hall of Famer by the name of Jeter. With the writing on the wall, and a tugging by his little voice to follow a…

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7 Improvement Patterns that Predict Success & Achievement

 Listen Now Read an excerpt from The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work. By Shawn Achor 256 pages; Crown Business Available at Amazon| Barnes & Noble | Indiebound In allowing himself to be swept along this path, Ted had become ensnared in a series of very…

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Workforce: A Survey that aims to improve Employee Engagement

Economic conditions are changing around the world. This has resulted in the changing needs and demands of the market and most of the companies across the world are not equipped to tackle this shifting dynamics. A recent survey, named WorkForce 2020 has concentrated on the present perceptions of the different employers and employees on these…

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Organization Success with Leadership Strategy

Depending on the leadership that is capable of guidance through changes, organizations stress more on development of its leaders. With a lack of proper strategy, we do have organizations lagging behind and this can be rightfully blamed on the leadership. Inability to prepare for uncertain future and the so called changes, is a big drawback,…

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Your Culture is your Strategy

Take a look at the interview with Patrick Morin an inspiring executive that has held many titles such as turnaround CEO, Venture Capitalist, Consultant, and Multifamily Executive. Watch the interview now We talked with Patrick on his thoughts on: Acquiring assets and how culture matters to outcomes Creating functional companies How culture is your strategy…

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