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Annual Planning

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Annual Planning

Strategic Planning to Performance Execution This program combines best practices is strategic planning, clarity in operational execution, Key Performance Indicator (KPI- metrics) setting, actionable goal setting, human and capital resource planning, and accountability to sustained results. Our approach is agile to accommodate your current state and desired outcomes.  Leadership principles and methods of problem solving…

Hire Slow. Save the Cost!

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Hire Slow. Save the Cost!

  “He blew up all over our jambalaya!” Exclaimed a client last week as we reflected on the luncheon meeting we did as part of the Hire Slow Protocol I utilize. This client had experienced a few mis-hires in the past and didn’t want to repeat the same costly mistake. So he hired me to…

Thriving in Ambiguity

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Thriving in Ambiguity

We live in an environment steeped in ambiguity. Change and uncertainty rule these days. From new trends in fashion, politics, and technology, to new navigation methods for anything from driving on the road to ordering laundry detergent, change has become the norm. While some of us look forward to the next great shift, the majority…

High Velocity Leadership: Slow Down to Speed Up

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High Velocity Leadership: Slow Down to Speed Up

“Don’t just sit there; do something!” How many times have we heard that statement? We are driven to take action before we know what action to take. The popular view is that that if we are not doing something, we are wasting time or resources. Action is seen as the remedy to any situation, but…

“Shift Happens”…. or Not

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“Shift Happens”…. or Not

Undeniably the world is shifting. The sands have always shifted. Technology incessantly shifts. “Shift Happens.” While relegated to bumper stickers, self-help campaigns, and culture change initiatives, the term “Shift Happens” is actually attributed to one of the central ideas in Thomas Kuhn’s, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, published over 50 years and 1.4 million copies…

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