Category Archives: Leadership
Stop the World, I Want to Get Off! What to Do When the Going Gets Tough.
Its 5:00 on Friday, your staff is starting to leave the building to enjoy their weekend and a major issue hits your business that if not handled correctly, could have a material impact on your revenue and customer service. What do you do? Are you calm, cool and collected? Or do you panic and respond […]
These 3 Distractions are Seriously Messing Up Your Life.
5 Ways You Can Have Your Cake And Eat it Too!
How many times have you heard that women cannot have it all? It is such an important topic to debate that numerous articles have been written, successful CEOs have spoken out about it and search #havingitall on social media will lead you to various conversations. The debate is often about whether you can truly have […]
How to Overcome Self Doubt Sabotage
The Secret to Bouncing Back
6 Lessons Learned on How to Be Resilient
Do You Have a Winning Strategy? You know…One that Works?
Would you believe that most CEOs don’t believe they have a winning strategy? In fact, less than 50% of those surveyed commented that they don’t have a strong strategy. Everybody had good ideas, but a good strategy will close the gap between idea and execution. Here are 5 things to consider when creating a winning […]
How a Family Business can survive the Family Drama and Strengthen Their Position in the Market
Family businesses have its own dynamics that make it unique, but those differences often can make it difficult to get things done. Bottom line, family businesses don’t always have it easy. Internal conflicts, family drama, inconsistent standards, side bar conversations, emotional decisions, a lack of alignment are only a few of the typical pitfalls family […]
What To Do When Your Nerves Take Over…..
Want to Grow Your Business? Here are some Ideas!
7 Ways to Grow Your Business
Turning a small business into a big one is hard work. Not to mention that the odds are stacked against you. According to research, most companies fail within the first five years of business and half of those who survive the first five years, will fail within the next. So how do you move forward […]