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  • 5 Ways to Kill a Brainstorming Session
    on Oct 8, 2011
    As brainstorming has become customary, has it also lost its sparkle, and value, for your company? Here's where you may have gone wrong, and what to avoid in the future. Brainstorming is big at most creative organizations today, but in becoming ub...
  • Comparisons Between Canada And The United States Of America
    on Oct 8, 2011
    "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." - John Adams The following table consists of facts and statistics concerning Canada...
  • How To Involve Participants In A Leadership Training Program
    on Oct 8, 2011
    "I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand"-- ConfuciusEven the most brilliant, credible, and talented instructors with the most dazzling PowerPoint slides won't guarantee participants in a leadership training program are a...
  • 4 Customer-Service Lessons From Amazon
    on Oct 8, 2011
    U.S. consumers will spend an average of 9 percent more with a business when they're impressed with its service, according to a global survey conducted by Echo Research. High-quality customer service not only can convince people to buy more, but al...
  • Steve Jobs And Management By Meaning
    on Oct 8, 2011
    Steve Jobs has always been considered an anomaly in management; his leadership style was something to admire or to criticize, but definitely not to replicate. He did not fit into the frameworks of business textbooks: there was orthodox management,...
  • The CEO's Priority Should Be The Corporation's Survival
    on Oct 8, 2011
    When leaders of corporations make decisions, they are necessarily, if only implicitly, expressing preferences about tradeoffs. For example, a decision to invest in growth, which might be better for longer-term shareholders, can often come at the e...
  • A Bold Move In Measuring The Impact Of Sales Training
    on Oct 8, 2011
    Tim Riesterer isn't shy and doesn't hold back.  A lot of people are like that, but when you consider Tim's intellect and his knowledge of what his clients need, you'd better sit up and take notice. As  Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer...
  • How We Quadrupled Revenue By Uniting Sales And Marketing
    on Oct 8, 2011
    It's time to scrap the dysfunctional, binary approach of "sales and marketing," and look for a new system that harnesses the strengths of both groups to drive a company's revenue. In order to do that, we must move past traditional sales cycles (an...
  • Tip Of The Day: Tell Them It's Important And Why
    on Oct 8, 2011
    Numbers good, but most people want to do work that contributes to something beyond the numbers. So tell them why what they do is important. Tell them how it contributes to the organization's mission. Tell them how other people use their output. Te...
  • Compensation Negotiation: It’s Not Just About How Much You’ll Make
    on Oct 8, 2011
    When it comes to executive compensation, most executives joining a new employer focus on "how much" and not "how can I lose?"  While "how much" is the number one question, equally critical are (1) protection from arbitrary termination of empl...
  • Punctuation Is Powerful
    on Oct 8, 2011
    The image we published last Saturday was quite popular, so I decided to run another one this Saturday. The theme is the same: punctuation. For those who can't see the image, here's what it says: An English professor wrote the words: "A woman wi...
  • 5 Tips For Forecasting And Maintaining Cash Flow
    on Oct 8, 2011
    It's time to go through expenses with a fine-toothed comb, cutting any leakage to maximize cash flow. Experts say comb and repeat. "It's not necessarily the big hole that'll sink a ship; that one you can plug. It's the hundred little pin holes that...
  • 5 Ways to Kill a Brainstorming Session
    on Oct 8, 2011
    As brainstorming has become customary, has it also lost its sparkle, and value, for your company? Here's where you may have gone wrong, and what to avoid in the future. Brainstorming is big at most creative organizations today, but in becoming ub...
  • Cash Management
    on Oct 8, 2011
    Cash management is important for any new or growing business, and here are some tips to aid your company in the collection, concentration, and disbursement of cash. Cash management is a broad term that refers to the collection, concentration, and...
  • 4-In-1: Marketing Principles Combine Into Mobility
    on Oct 8, 2011
    At this point it's clear: business and media consumption is going mobile.  There will be more mobile users than PC users in the U.S. by 2015 and CEOs better take note.  In a recent article, AdAge identifies the four marketing principles...
  • The Entrepreneur Of The Decade
    on Oct 8, 2011
    An Interview With Steven Jobs, Inc.'s Entrepreneur Of The Decade By Bo Burlingham And George Gendron | Apr 1, 1989 It took us all of about five minutes to decide that our Entrepreneur of the Decade would be Steven P. Jobs, co-founder of Apple Co...
  • Transformational Leadership
    on Oct 7, 2011
    What Is Transformational Leadership?   Have you ever been in a group situation where someone took control of the situation by conveying a clear vision of the group's goals, a marked passion for the work and an ability to make the rest of the g...
  • Nine Ways Employers Screw Up Hiring
    on Oct 7, 2011
    Honesty tests, "Must know Excel," "Where do you see yourself in five years?" and all the other nonsense that bedevils the hiring process.   When it comes to the people side of a business, what's more important than hiring? If you don't have t...
  • Create A Stress Strategy BEFORE You Need It
    on Oct 7, 2011
    This time of year, stress is a major problem. The holidays mean overflowing to-do lists and more family time than most sane people can comfortably handle. Plus, end-of-year craziness at the office usually creates a big push to complete projects an...
  • Social Anxiety Disorder: Cognitive Therapy Or Interpersonal Therapy?
    on Oct 7, 2011
    If all you did was watch TV, you might think social anxiety disorder was as prevalent as depression — or as big a problem. Also called social phobia, social anxiety disorder is often treated first with medications, such as an SSRI antidepressan...
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