Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Leadership Dilemma.

One of the important lessons that leaders must learn is how to make a decision between two rights!  Anyone can pretty easily make a decision when presented with an obvious right and an equally obvious wrong.  Those choices don’t involve … Continue reading

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Ballast, Balance and Healthy Cultures

Organizations are shadows of their leaders. . . that’s the good news and the bad news. Several years ago we took a short holiday trip to Stockholm.  A fascinating mixture of old and new, great seafood, and one very interesting … Continue reading

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Are you a valued client or just a job number?

It is not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It is the customer who pays the wages.  –Henry Ford I’ve had two very recent interactions with the new generation of entrepreneurs that left me walking … Continue reading

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