Posts Tagged ‘expectations’


Business Mentoring

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

I’ve been thinking about this idea for months now and some conversation with the family and a colleague just firmed it up for me. It seems to me that most entrepreneurs starting up a business could really use a mentor who is always available to help them through everything from setup to planning to resourcing to operating to administering the back office. (more…)

Improving Results through Servant Leadership

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Servant leadership may be perceived as a “fad management technique” but I actually find it to be one of those better business basics I keep talking about.  Here’s why… (more…)

Improving Results – Where Do I Start?

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

When results aren’t running as expected, profits declining, customer complaints rising, employee morale slipping; where does a manager look to find the cause? (more…)

Personal Performance vs. Organizational Performance

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Why do we believe performance (and change) is personal before it is organizational?  It’s not just because a colleague once told us.  It’s because we see it every day in every organization we interact with. (more…)

Back to Basics

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

I was thinking about my business partners this morning and what they do when not coaching business executives, implementing successful and sustainable change, and improving company communications by getting people on the same page. (more…)