What are the steps in defining the ideal culture for your business? When it comes to organizational culture, Leaders often make the same complaints: “But that’s so amorphous, so intangible, so tough to get my hands around. I’d rather focus on other things.”
Managing partner Eric Miller and Don Shmincke, a well known author, renegade consultant and revolutionary speaker, are contributing authors for a featured column in Baltimore’s SmartCEO Magazine. Read this month’s article on corporate culture, “To Each His Own,” online by Clicking Here>>
Managing partner Eric Miller and Don Shmincke, a well known author, renegade consultant and revolutionary speaker, are contributing authors for a featured column in Baltimore’s SmartCEO Magazine. Read this month’s article “The Legacy Paradox” online by Clicking Here>>
What’s luck got to do with it? Short answer is, a lot more than we care to admit. The good news is there is such a thing as skill based luck that we can cultivate and thus improve our odds for success when hiring employees, choosing managers and thriving as a leader.
Ever try to reach an objective, and then experience a sudden fall that causes you to doubt your ability to reach your goal? On a recent rock climbing trip in the Nevada desert this happened to me. Nearing the summit, all I needed to do was climb through the last section –the crux. Instead I […]
Hello to all from the middle of the Easter holiday, Passover, spring break, and the end of the 2012 first quarter! Regardless of what your are focusing on this week, I hope you have time to reflect on lessons from the past, personally, spiritually AND professionally. That is what my column in April’s edition of […]
If you have seen my newsletter or the February issue of Smart CEO, you know that I cannot quit talking about ghosts despite Halloween being long past! The reason is that as I investigate barriers to productivity for my clients, the same issue in the sales teams keeps rearing its ugly head. I call it […]
The economy’s recent uptick is sitting squarely on your back. The reduction in unemployment and the creation of new jobs is attributed to hiring by small to mid-size businesses. Proceed with caution. With the current unemployment rate, you can afford to be selective. Hiring decisions made by small to mid-sized companies can be particularly tricky […]