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The 21st Century Business Model for Executives

Although CEOs may not often be thought of as “lonely,” when concerns arise about an employee, sales trajectories, the economy, or how to handle any one of the dozens of problems they face each day, to whom does the harried executive turn? The CEO cannot confide in an employee, typically; seeking the advice of a direct competitor is also unwise.  ...

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9 Secrets to Successful Entrepreneurship

Due to the continued and steady decline of the job market in America, many people have tried dabbling their feet in the entrepreneurship waters. The stats According to a survey carried out by the Young Entrepreneurship Council in Association with Buzz Marketing Group, more than 36% of the featured respondents were involved in a side business of some sort to ...

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Staying Organized: How YOU Can Make your Workdays More Productive

Productivity is all about organization — staying organized will allow you to accomplish more in a given amount of time, and with much less unnecessary stress or effort. However, getting organized is a lot harder than it sounds. After all, you have so much to do, and there just aren’t enough hours in the workday. So where should you start? ...

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What One Question Does Every CEO Need to Answer?

No CEO has a crystal ball, but all need some insight into how their companies are likely to perform in the short term. Without this visibility, CEOs are flying blind, with little information to determine if the company is on course or way off track. They cannot prepare adequately for what’s coming next, whether it is a setback requiring some ...

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5 Ways to Motivate Your Workforce

At the heart of any successful business is a dedicated and productive team – and if you’re the head of that team, you’re responsible for keeping your employees motivated. You’ll have heard the phrase ‘be the change you want to see’ – and as a manager, you should be striving to put the best version of yourself forward and leading ...

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How to Avoid Your Start-up Failing

Starting your own business is pretty much always an uphill struggle. To succeed, budding entrepreneurs need to remain healthy, pro-active, smart and enthusiastic, which is easier said than done. Here are some tips to avoid your start-up from failing. Plan Ahead Establishing a business plan is an absolute must for all new companies. Your business plan will keep your ideas ...

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Top 8 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs

We have witnessed many businesses rise and fall. While a lot of factors go behind the success of any rising empire. That one cornerstone which marks out a successful venture from the rest is the mind behind it from the start to eternity of that organization. To emulate their success it’s essential to learn about their characteristics that sets them ...

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Great CEOs are Lazy!

Great CEOs rarely enter into Player Mode. Rather, his or her first move is to find someone else to do the work. When most CEOs find their company getting into some kind of bind, they jump in to personally help resolve the issue. We call this going into “Player Mode.” “I’m just helping out for now,” these CEOs tell themselves, ...

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Questions You Need to Ask in Your Staff Survey Program

Regardless of your company’s size, managers and CEOs should get more involved in order to retain employees. Employees who are not allowed to have an opinion lower productivity and influence their colleagues in a negative manner. Basically, they feel voiceless and they come to work with no enthusiasm at all. Have you ever thought of increasing engagement using staff surveys? ...

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When Failure is an Option: Four Ways to Turn a Floundering Business into a Thriving Business

Most businesses launch as a result of need in a certain marketplace, in response to demand for a specific product, or with an innovation or more efficient service offering. A business may thrive for many years fulfilling the needs of their specific market and consumer demand. But inevitably, in the majority of industries, businesses have to adapt to changes in ...

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