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The future is exciting, today is important, and tomorrow is imperative. Today’s businesses must not only simultaneously prepare their systems and structures, leadership and management, and knowledge and skill capabilities for today but also tomorrow and with the best internet.
Your business’ success today does not ensure its future success. It is important to […]
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I went to work with my father in his plumbing and heating business at a very young age. On my first day on the job, and for many more days thereafter, he told me to remember three words – Anticipate, Anticipate, Anticipate. I was to anticipate how to keep the job site clean and organized, anticipate […]
On May 29, 2012 By tomlippie
Management Development Programs are an effective and safe forum for addressing organizational issues. For a variety of reasons, managers and other team members are reluctant to surface important issues involving new product launches, information hand-offs between departments and functions, collaboration failures, and other concerns important to the success of the organization. With the right rules […]Continue Reading →
Have you ever made a decision that looked like the best thing since sliced bread when you made it, but came back to bite you 6 months later? We have all made those decisions and sadly, continue to do so.
Is there any technique and/or tool that can help us avoid the bite? The Three […]Continue Reading →
On August 2, 2011 By laura.block
Are your high potential employees becoming disengaged and jumping ship? In his article, “The Care and Feeding of High-Potential Employees” in the August issue of HR Magazine, Robert Grossman discusses ways employers can nurture their high potential employees. It boils down to good communication and aligning your high potential employees’ personal and professional […]Continue Reading →
We’ve all heard managers say of new hires, “She’ll have to prove her worth.” And to their point, yes, we all do have a responsibility to prove our abilities, and ultimately, our worth to the organization we work for. We need to demonstrate that we can perform the job for which we were hired and […]Continue Reading →
Start-up businesses continue to emerge for many reasons. Individuals laid off from their present jobs have been bitten by the entrepreneurial bug and have decided to start their dream business. Some laid off workers are starting businesses out of necessity since jobs requiring their skill sets are not available. And then there are those who […]Continue Reading →
“Trust is the essence of leadership.” – Colin Powell
Trust is the glue that holds organizations and relationships together. We all know how difficult it is to be in a personal relationship with someone we don’t trust, and it is just as difficult to work for someone we don’t trust. In work relationships, […]Continue Reading →
Following is an important formula all managers should consider in day-to-operations, short-term planning, and long-term strategic thinking. The formula goes like this:
QD x C x AE = R
Quality of the Decision × Commitment to that decision × Ability to effectively Execute the decision = Results
Many managers make great […]Continue Reading →
Change in an organization may be recommended or required for many reasons. The organization may need to grow via merger/acquisition, geographic expansion, customer franchise management, new product development, and/or management of new delivery channels. Competitive threats, sagging profits, and/or an increase in overhead may require changes in strategy, structure, and/or systems.
Whatever is driving the […]Continue Reading →
"Tom and his company did an excellent job of not only helping us plan a successful session but helping us execute to achieve the final desired outcome."
– Bruce K. Hageman, Dairy Farmers of America.
"I worked with Tom on St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's parish council where he worked tiredlessly. Without a doubt, his presentions were the best that I have witnessed in any field. They were well prepared, organized, understandable and well delivered. His personality had a calming effect on all present."
- Patricia Larkin, Personal Lines Agent
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