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BY Rene Boer

Are You Using a Broken  Ladder To Run Your Business?

If you struggle to identify and complete the core processes for your business, you’re not alone. Most entrepreneurs approach completing a process with the same amount of enthusiasm as a trip to the dentist for a root canal. However, you and your business benefit from well-defined processes that provide consistency. With 6 to 10 core processes documented and everyone in your organization following them to the letter, you can scale your business.

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Leadership Teams Decide, They Don’t Vote

*To help our readers navigate their businesses and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are re-posting this relevant blog post from March 20, 2017 A few years ago, Gino Wickman shared his Ten Commandments of Good Decision Making in his eBook, “Decide! The One Common Denominator of All Great Leaders.”

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How to Use Feedback to Build Trust and Accountability

In a former life, I worked in large organizations where the human resources (HR) department would conduct “360 Feedback Programs”. If you’re not familiar with this exercise it works like this…  Subordinates, peers, and their boss are asked to fill out a form to provide “confidential” feedback on your behavior and performance. This is then

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Compartmentalize to get all your Business Stuff Done

In a prior life, I often found myself dealing with about 136 issues daily, hoping to solve as many business problems as possible. But, no matter how many issues I moved off my desk, the next day there’d be a few more there waiting for me. I measured my productivity and success by how many

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No Experience Wanted

great-boss-asks-questionsA common frustration of many business owners is how difficult it is to find and keep “good people”. Conversely, “bad people”, those who regularly commit one or all of the Seven Deadly Sins, seem to abound. Even when “good people” are hired, it’s only a matter of time before they somehow mysteriously turn out to be “bad people”. The lament is often “they interviewed so well, but …”

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