Communications were, at best, unclear. Often, they were non-existent. Consequently, balls were being dropped across the board. The term “ASAP” was part of every email, with otherwise dedicated team members being frustrated by not being able to manage expectations because they didn’t even know what the expectations were. The team was under constant pressure […]
According to studies, the average American consumes 17 teaspoons of sugar per day. Strictly in terms of volume, this is a small amount. And so, it is a fact that is easily dismissed. However, over a lifetime, those seemingly insignificant teaspoons add up to nearly two tons! When you consider that our ancestors consumed […]
It has been said that you can tell a lot about a person based on how they interact with different people. This is why I have great respect for my friend and mentor, John C. Maxwell. He is known for saying, “My name is John, and I am your friend.” There is no pretense, […]
Risk management. Few like to think about it. Many put off unpleasantries like risk management planning, crisis communication plans, and remediation plans. And, let’s face it, no one likes to get the call from the risk manager saying, “We need to talk.” Marketing is fun, and sales are exciting. Development is interesting. But communication […]
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