Leaders Might be the Problem

The year 2020 was a crazy one for sure. No one (except the science industry) expected or was prepared for a worldwide pandemic. I had several concerning conversations with leaders and managers who run companies and have employees they are...

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Successful Leadership for the Future

The year 2020 taught us that the future could be as close as next week or in two hours. The future is now, and employees are still feeling a bit of gridlock and uncertainty as COVID continues to dictate every corner of life.

Leaders, you can be...

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Top 3 Workplace Insights of 2020

2020 has been the year of ‘WTF’ at every turn. Once we knew COVID-19 was in the U.S. the next round of chaos came with it hitting businesses on all levels. Surprisingly, a lot of companies were able to get their employees deployed to...

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Engaging Employees – Companies with 1-10 Employees

If your company has 1-10 employees, you are considered a Stage 1 company.

You have your idea and capital; you’ve ramped up to 4 – 6 (or more) employees pretty quickly and now the fun begins. Getting out of the gate with a new company (or...

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Top HR Priorities for Success

We know that 2020 has been a terrible year for some companies and a great year for other companies. If you are looking to get a head start to set your business up for success in 2021, these top HR priorities are a great place to start.

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Leadership Styles for Stage 2 Companies

Leadership Styles for Stage 2 Companies 11-19 employees

The challenge of running an organization full of independent, smart, willing-to-learn people can be a bit overwhelming. After all, many of us started our companies without having the benefit...

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Leadership Competencies for Stage 1 Companies

Stage 1 Companies have 1-10 employees

Did you know if you simply increased the level of satisfaction in your company, you could increase revenues? A study done by Lyle Spencer for the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in...

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Leadership Styles for Stage 1 Companies

What’s your Leadership style? OR Are you flexible depending on the situation?

The key leadership styles a CEO or Business Owner should be using in a Stage 1 company (1-10 employees) are:

VISIONARY
These leaders frame the collective task in...

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Rules of the Road Stage 2 Company

Dear Leader,

If you were stranded on a desert island and only had 30 seconds of battery left on your cell phone – could your second in command at the office tell you how well your company was running?

If your entire company was focused on...

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