Would you be surprised to find out that your employees do not understand the strategy of your Company? Based on my interviews with employees of all levels, I wouldn’t be. The best place to start is by determining the focus of your company’s Competitive Strategy we talk about here.
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In a world where employees are often unsure of what the strategy of the company is, having a clear overarching emphasis on where your company wants to achieve market leadership can make all the difference. Read on to see how your competitive strategy can influence your success.
Starting a New Year feels like a new beginning to many of us – a time when we can wipe the slate clean and start anew. Here’s an Ecuadorian New Year’s tradition to get your company’s 2016 started right!
Do you have this behavior in your organization? If so, here’s an easy remedy that you’ll want to consider because it’s probably impacting productivity and morale.
If it wasn’t influenced by multiple levels of employees, you may be missing a huge opportunity! Here is a true story where an employee’s idea made a huge difference.
Even though you buy-in to employee involvement, what can you do if they won’t speak up? It could actually be as simple as letting employees know their input really is desired! Here are my thoughts on why employees may not speak up and recommendations on how to ensure they do!
Conflict impacts the performance and ability to get work done, not only of the people involved, but everyone around them. It is not something companies can ignore!
Does your leadership team really dive into a decision making discussion and come out with a much better conclusion on the other side? Rigorous debates are key to a healthy business, so if you are not having them you should figure out why!
I recently worked with someone who used the phrase “doing things with intention” and it really struck me. Have you thought about the power of intention? As one expert notes, talking is great, but acting with intention is what really creates alignment in your life.
Have you ever had worked in a company where you literally hopped from meeting to meeting all day – one right after another? I certainly have seen it happen – kidnaped or not. The biggest problems with this meeting mania is it doesn’t leave any time to 1) get any actual work done, and 2) more importantly, THINK! Why can’t we solve this dilemma?