How To Help Your Business Gain Traction® By Bridging Organizational Gaps Organizational Gap #3 – Issues, Discussions and Solutions In this Bridging the Gap article we’re talking about something that so many companies struggle with. How often do you feel like you’re discussing the same issues over and over and
How To Help Your Business Gain Traction® By Bridging Organizational Gaps Organizational Gap #2 – Unchangeable Past, Present Reality and Desired Future In the last article in this Bridging the Gap series, we talked about the overarching gap that so often exists between the owner, managers and frontline workers and
How To Help Your Business Gain Traction® By Bridging Organizational Gaps Organizational Gap #1 – Owners, Managers & Workers In this article I really want to focus on the overarching gap that so often exists in an organization, one that all other gaps fall into in some way or another.
In early 2018, I had a life-altering experience. For over 20 years I had been working at the same company that two of my brothers had started 10 years prior. I started as an employee, became a partner and eventually ended up leading the company along with the help of
Core Values or Guiding Principles and is there a difference? Until a few days ago, I’ve never really given this much thought. I’m a firm believer in the importance of discovering – note I didn’t say creating – Core Values in your organization but I myself have often interchangeably used
We all know everyone has strengths and weaknesses and if you didn’t, now you do! What’s interesting is we don’t always know what ours are. I’m a big proponent of finding your strengths and focusing on improving in those areas and helping your team do the same. That being
Is your team truly unified, or just afraid to speak up for fear of hurting someone’s feeling or starting an argument? If you’re not careful or don’t know how to cultivate a culture of healthy conflict a team with a fear of conflict will appear to be unified…but in reality