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9 Strategies For Improving Employee Engagement and Strategy

    By John Stoker Here are a number of tactics that you might decide to adopt to reverse the feelings of negativity and help the folks to refocus their efforts during these times of unrelenting chaos. Change Your Perspective

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Posted in Entrepreneurship, Management, Small Business

What Matters Most In The Business Case For Leadership

According to research conducted by the management consulting firm Mckinsey, leadership is a critical part of organizational health, which is an important driver of shareholder returns. A big, unresolved issue is what sort of leadership behavior organizations should encourage. Is leadership

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Posted in Leadership, Organizational Development

What Makes A Team Effective?

The article below by Mckinsey on world class teams would be worthwhile reading by the leadership and management of all organizations. In the first paragraph Mckinsey notes the capitulation of various forms of training to enhance the value of teams.

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Posted in Team Building

Four Steps for Creating Affordable Housing #econdev

In developing countries communities are struggling to meet the need for housing. As affordable housing goes so does the economic vitality of a country and community. McKinsey’s MGI report offers four strategies for which economic development can create reasonably cost

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Posted in Innovation, Strategy

When your employees know they matter they will surprise you with solutions to turning things around.

When your employees know they matter they will surprise you with solutions to turning things around. Please share Leadership and excellence are aligned with principles of the inside out. When the authentic self accomplishes with service  rather than a stick. Need

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Tom Peters @ tom_peters on What’s Missing About #Management

Well, one answer to that, as far as I’m concerned, is “I don’t know.” My real bottom-line hypothesis is that nobody has a sweet clue what they’re doing. Therefore you better be trying stuff at an insanely rapid pace. You

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Posted in Leadership, Management

To Leaders Who Want To Change Their Organizations But Can’t

Companies don’t change people. The more we enter a technological age where the pace of change increases exponentially the more important it becomes to remember the people attached to the organizational outcomes. The more a leader and manager become accustom to

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