Management & Leadership

2020 hindsight: five lessons as we begin 2021

While many companies are still dealing with the acute impacts of the economic and social disruption of 2020, Colorado business leaders are confident the state will continue to outperform the national outlook in the first quarter of 2021. Here are five ways that companies can build resilience, and weather future challenges, while being better positioned to capitalize on emerging opportunities.

Is it time to open up a satellite office for your business?

Many Colorado companies in urban areas have found themselves dealing with employee commutes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees are not able or willing to travel due to government restrictions, and employers are having to adjust to offices needing to have limited workspace due to social distancing requirements. More and more companies find that satellite office spaces are a great fit for their business structure but is opening a satellite office the right choice for your business? Here are 5 things to consider.

Is “growth of income” a better strategy than “growth for income” for 2021?

Think about your personal financial goals. If you’re like most people, you are investing to generate income. Whether you need that income today or in the future, most people invest with the belief that doing so will provide, maintain, or improve their income. There are two common but very different approaches to this. Here, an expert analyzes these strategies.

CEO Coaching: On Stability and Change

The skills, processes and behaviors required to build stability are different from those necessary to drive change. That’s why CEOs must have both management expertise (taming complexity and building stability) as well as leadership skills (looking at the future and driving change). Sometimes it’s more about leadership, and sometimes it’s more about management.