Is your company on track to be as valuable as you want it to be? Is it growing? Is it maximizing profits? If you have difficulty today with your answer, you are not alone. COVID-19 comes front and center as you ask yourself the ultimate question to achieve change and focus in your business. What
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Simon Sinek asked someone who has done it before. Chris Fussell is president of the McChrystal Group, co-author of The NY Times bestselling book Team of Teams and a former US Navy SEAL. Simon called him up to ask how large teams can stay connected and how leaders can know what’s going on at the
COVID-19 virus and our economy. Uncharted territory – YES. But these are NOT unprecedented times from a business perspective. Think of other events that forced businesses to change or die: the Internet, Video Streaming, Starbucks, and Uber. In these cases companies had to change
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Dysfunctional teams are a way to leave money on the table – and more than you might imagine. Such teams find it difficult to agree and reliably follow through. Too many members are more focused on their issues (the I’s) and not a team player. With too many I’s on a leadership team, there is no room
PEOPLE. Of all the components of business, people continues to reign as the number one decision for success and growth. Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, states "The best executives have always focused first on getting people who share their values and standards. They understood that vision and