A leader must set clear expectations about the direction an organization is moving, but also ensure that the people they are asking to move toward that vision, have what they need to do so.
I’ve pointed out to people who are young in their career that they should approach life as though they’re self-employed and they must occasionally be willing to risk their current employment status to maintain self-respect.
Identify where your hiring manager’s audience congregates both on and offline. Then send consistent, proactive messaging to those individuals in the audience, with or without a job posting, to receive serious interview traction.
To create a fearless focus and path to accomplishing your goals – mobilize your fear and your excitement.
When a skewed reward system and lots of pressure are combined with lack of oversight, some percentage of otherwise pretty good people will take the wrong path.
If you’re looking for great ideas to grow your business by swimming in midstream, try finding the transition between the fast water (commoditized market) and the quiet pool of innovation and adjacencies.
To support the productivity of employees and the anytime-access needs of customers, you need to think about expansive connections to your business. What’s more, this needs to be accomplished without much management time, so you and your employees can focus on doing what you do best — building your business.
A combination of head and heart will make for an effective leader in the future.
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The people who maintain our parks, provide shelter for stray animals, pave our streets, pick up our trash and register our vehicles are innovating their way to making your interaction with Denver city government as seamless as an Amazon order.
What, aside from words and logos, can be trademarked, and what are the bounds of protection of these non-traditional marks?
Far too many businesses still rely on outdated growth methods. Acquire new clients and customers, then hire new employees to manage them; wash, rinse, repeat. The innate problem with that methodology is that costs increase at nearly the same rate as revenue.