Monthly Archives: March 2011
I understand that, when written in Chinese, the word “crisis” is composed of two characters… one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity. Food for thought.
At risk of discussing the merits of carrots vs sticks vs newer thinking in respect of incentives, a great article in Forbes magazine by Robin A. Ferracone today. Ferracone explores an interesting twist from traditional how-do-I-prepare-for-a-management succession-or-exit event: that is, … Continue reading
In difficult or uncertain times, leaders break new ground, lead from the front, motivate, inspire and SET GOALS (even if they might seem ambitious). I hope you enjoy watching this video from You Tube… it features an outstanding leader doing … Continue reading
I am speculating that a good number of the readers of this site who are business owners already recognise the benefits of a Business Exit Plan or a Sucession Plan. Oddly, the creation of either of these plans is still … Continue reading
Its always hard to avoid considering someone’s leadership insights! The animation below is great and picks up some great themes that are relevant in any leadership development program or leadership training seminar. A key theme is the difference between management … Continue reading
For those of you who have been involved in my leadership training seminars or leadership development programs, you will be aware of the importance I place on setting, controlling and continuously improving the CONTEXT of leadership. I was recently asked … Continue reading
Yoda’s much quoted advice in Star Wars rings truly in many areas of business: “Do, or do not. There is no try.” This is particularly the case when a business needs a turnaround or a succession of management is likely … Continue reading
Hello everyone – a part of creating a leading business is getting SALES, right? See Alex Prez’s interview of me at UIBC6 on this topic.