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CEO Coaching: Strategy Is About Being Different

Many of us are too fearful of looking different, of making mistakes, of trying to achieve wild things. We self-edit our great ideas. Maybe we should blame our parents, but perhaps we ought to own it and create a different definition of success.

How to Field a Winning Team Using Data

Rather than settle for second best when it comes to talent, mid-market companies should develop an intentional culture that offers a uniquely different experience — maybe more personal, more flexible, and closer to the company purpose.

Should You Accept a Counteroffer?

You’ve been offered another job and plan to give your notice soon. But you’re hesitating because you know your current employer won’t take the news well and might extend a counteroffer. If that happens, how should you respond?

How Your Office Can Make You Healthier

To help encourage employees to be satisfied and more productive, an increasing number of employers are looking to their employee well-being programs.

What You Need to Know About Dividends

The power of dividend growth is perhaps the most easily understood yet most under-appreciated feature of equity investing. It has profound implications for people who are considering their asset allocation for retirement.

The Key Plan Small Business Owners Might Be Overlooking

In addition to acknowledging the contributions of these "mom-and-pop" shops, we also need to recognize the unique and broad set of challenges small business owners face every day.

Don’t Kill the Meetings — Make Them Better

A CEO client of mine recently realized that he was the reason he hated all the meetings he called. After adopting a few new rules and changing some behavior (much of it his), he felt like he had a new lease on life.

Face of Law: Rich Benenson

Rich Benenson is managing partner-elect for Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, law and lobbying firm. With 12 offices across the Western U.S., plus Washington, D.C. and Atlantic City, Brownstein is where business, law and politics converge.

The Adoption of Sell-Side Due Diligence

For more than a decade, sell-side financial accounting due diligence has become increasingly common in transactions within the U.S. — a trend that has been prevalent for many years in Europe.

What You Need to Know About Family Business and Divorce

Many of Colorado’s most successful business people run small, closely-held businesses, which often include family members. These relationships can become very complicated in a divorce where love flies out the door.

How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Partnership

The idea of partnership with a friend and business colleague — someone you’ve never done business with and very much want to keep as a friend — can feel daunting. Think of the things that can go wrong.

How to Destroy Attorney-Client Privilege Without Really Trying

It is your lawyer’s duty to keep information shared confidential, but when you invite another person into the room – even if it is your spouse — you risk losing your attorney-client privilege.
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