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4 Ways to Keep Your Team Happy

4 Ways to Keep Your Team Happy

Leadership

In the Bay Area, you can bet it can be pretty tough to retain employees. In fact, a report by Payscale said that Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Google, and... read more

Get Rid of the Cynics

Get Rid of the Cynics

Leadership

As a leader you don’t want happy people – you want passionate people.  You want a team who share in the vision and believe that the goals of the organisation... read more

12 Most Ultimate “U” Ultraisms of Uber-Great Leaders

12 Most Ultimate “U” Ultraisms of Uber-Great Leaders

Leadership

“Life takes on meaning when you become motivated, set goals and charge after them in an unstoppable manner.” ~ Les Brown. Successful people are self-motivated, are willing to set lofty... read more

Teamwork: 3 Cornerstones of the “Top 1% of the 1%” -- Lessons from the U.S. Navy Blue Angels

Teamwork: 3 Cornerstones of the “Top 1% of the 1%” — Lessons from the U.S. Navy Blue Angels

Leadership

All my life I’ve wanted to be among the Elite, the Best of the Best … a Champion. Growing up in a U.S. Air Force family exposed me to constant... read more

Develop a Passion!

Develop a Passion!

Leadership

How many blog posts have you read regarding content marketing that talk about writing something of value for your readers and writing with quality. Well, yesterday I touched on this... read more


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4 Common Phrases That Discount

4 Common Phrases That Discount

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There are countless ways to discount people as we interact with them.   Our intent may be positive, but these phrases, common as they are, can come across with negative impact. ... read more

The 4 Stages of Entrepreneur Development

The 4 Stages of Entrepreneur Development

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Entrepreneurship Uncovered For many entrepreneurs, the impetus for their motivation  to innovate and create was a single idea, built from any number of influences. Maybe it was their passion for... read more

What Does “Business Relationships” Really Mean?

What Does “Business Relationships” Really Mean?

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When you think about “business relationships,” what comes to mind? Most people think of customer relationships. Companies put a lot of effort into developing good customer relationships. They focus on... read more

What March Madness Can Teach You About Managing Your Business

What March Madness Can Teach You About Managing Your Business

Leadership

It’s the middle of March, and if you’re anywhere near a TV during the course of your work day, you surely know what that means – it’s time for a... read more

Motivate From the Top

Motivate From the Top

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Train Your Front-Line Supervisors to Keep Good Employees High employee turnover is costly, costly, costly! According to the Rainmaker Group, loss of a low-skilled, hourly worker costs around 50% of... read more

Why Are Some Entrepreneurs So Productive?

Why Are Some Entrepreneurs So Productive?

Leadership

Empower yourself for higher performance. Hopefully you are not spinning out of control, missing deadlines and leaving a pile of projects on a wait list. If you want to be... read more

ROI, CTR, and KPIs: What Is the True Measure of Thought Leadership?

ROI, CTR, and KPIs: What Is the True Measure of Thought Leadership?

Leadership

Measuring the effectiveness of a thought leadership campaign can sometimes feel a bit like trying to determine the number of gumballs in an airtight dispenser. How do you even begin... read more

Managing a Remote Marketing Team

Managing a Remote Marketing Team

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Before (and after) joining the seedy world of business ownership I managed remote marketing specialists of one kind or another. I like remote workers because they offer a boundary-less talent... read more

A Tale of Two Managers

A Tale of Two Managers

Leadership

A tale of two managers: it was the best of teams; it was the worst of teams… A client had two different teams attending the same training event at two... read more

Stop Suppressing Your Staff’s Potential

Stop Suppressing Your Staff’s Potential

Leadership

Last week’s post, Don’t Threaten Me with the Truth, suggested that managers make themselves ineffectual when they are intolerant or avoidant of the bad news that is part of all... read more