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Hugh Blane’s Monday Morning Mindset
We are pleased to present Hugh Blane's Monday Morning Mindset. Hugh, the President of Claris Consulting, is a nationally recognized business strategist hired to help organizations solve challenging business issues, strengthen personal and professional relationships, and execute on strategic initiatives with greater effectiveness. We hope this thought provoking video series will challenge you to think bigger. Check back for the Monday Morning Mindset in:
As the CEO, your perception of Marketing is critical for your Marketing team to secure the resources and funding it needs to help your business succeed. This article identifies three things every CEO can do to help Marketer’s become stronger members on your leadership team.
Curiosity is more than a mindset. Curiosity is a tool that can be cultivated to help you engage your team, address performance problems, gain understanding, and resolve conflict.
A leader’s performance in implementing planned change should cause excitement, minimize anxiousness, and eliminate confusion. Does yours?
Don’t respond with knee-jerk reactions or lash out in frustration or anger when the status quo is unacceptable. Constructive impatience builds a case for carefully crafted actions that elicit collaboration and cooperation rather than anger.
Sanjiv Anand, a Balanced Scorecard thought leader, shares some tips on creating effective strategy objectives, in this adaptation from his new book.
Informal surveys and research all suggest a project-based approach to change is the most common. But, it isn’t the most effective or efficient way to enable organizational change.
If you have an idea for a product or service you may need a co-founder for your new company. This article is about – finding that co-founder, finding the right co-founder, and then putting in place key protections for the founders and the company you are building.
Which of the two holds the greatest leverage on you — is it the loss of popularity or a fear of failure? The answer may not be readily apparent, but it can be detected through your style and willingness to use your authority to move those behind you.
We all too often hear senior executives of organisations say that their biggest asset is their people and yet when one gets to talk to employees they really don’t have the same level of importance to the business.