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30 Sep, 2014

How Important is Teamwork to Business Success?

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:23+00:00 September 30th, 2014|Accountability, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Corporate Culture, Execution, Five Friends, Leadership, Leading & Managing Change|

From Randy Pennington: It depends on your definition of “teamwork.”  It is absolutely critical if you define teamwork as everyone having a shared vision; clear roles and responsibilities; delivering their best to help the entire [...]

1 Sep, 2014

Perspectives: Why Is Customer Service So Bad At Most Places?

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:24+00:00 September 1st, 2014|Accountability, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Corporate Culture, Execution, Five Friends, Leadership, Leading & Managing Change|

From Scott McKain: Customer service is bad at most places, because evidently that is what CEO’s and managers want. What other reason could there be for them to accept such miserable performance? Most care more [...]

10 Aug, 2014

What is the ONE thing you would do to fix the economy?

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:25+00:00 August 10th, 2014|Accountability, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Five Friends, Government & Politics, Innovation, Leadership, Leading & Managing Change, Results|

Five award-winning authors and speakers who just happen to be great friends get together to address important questions facing business, the country, and individual success. They answer this question in this edition: What ONE thing would you do to fix the economy? Be ready to be challenged.

8 Jul, 2014

What’s in a Name Change? Part I

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:27+00:00 July 8th, 2014|Accountability, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Corporate Culture, Leadership, Leading & Managing Change, Results|

The majority of the world spent the last five days living their life. A small slice of the universe who make their living selling ideas, however, were agitating themselves into a frenzy. In case you missed it, the National Speakers Association, an association of which I am a member, decided to re-brand itself and change its name to PLATFORM. This is a first world problem. In the context of all of the turmoil in the world, the re-naming of this 41-year old association ranks right up there with … well almost nothing. And yet, people on all sides of the argument lit up the blogosphere and social media channels supporting their positions … even if it meant refusing to consider that others might be equally right in their own stance (see my blog on “Is It Always Right to be Right” for more on that phenomenon.)