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Is Your Business Ready for an Open House?

Is Your Business Ready for an Open House?

 

For most individuals who have shopped for a home, the experience of touring various homes is enlightening. There are invariably homes that we view that are over our home purchase budget. There are homes that are under our budget. And, there are homes that fall within our budgeted range. Typically those well above our budgeted range have more space, higher quality and more amenities than we’ve asked for or had even considered!

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on August 17, 2021 in Sales, Marketing & Customer Service and tagged ,

 

Do You Believe Your Managers Can Manage?

Do You Believe Your Managers Can Manage?

Do you believe your managers can really manage? Do you believe your managers have the skills to make their own department or team decisions? Do you believe your managers can outline their own department or team projects and budgets? Do you believe your managers can resolve their own team problems and make sound decisions concerning their teams and talent? If you really believed your managers could manage, you wouldn’t be involved in so many of their management-level decisions and actions. You’d trust your managers to manage.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on September 24, 2019 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,

 

What Is Your Leadership Doing to the Organization’s Culture?

Manager's Corner™: What Is Your Leadership Doing to the Organization’s Culture?

How much of an impact is your leadership having on your organization’s culture? If you don’t already know, it’s time to stop and assess its impact. If you do already know, and the impact you’re having isn’t positive, what are you doing to correct it?

If you already know the impact your leadership is having on your organization’s culture is not positive, what are you doing to correct it?

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 21, 2019 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , , ,

 

Would You Want to Work for “You”?

Would You Want to Work for 'You'?

If you had the opportunity to work for yourself, would you? This question has been popping up in conversations with several clients lately. It’s come up during a board strategy session. It’s been discussed during coaching calls. And, it’s come up while discussing the challenges of working in a multi-generational workplace. The reason I ask the question is simple: Focus on yourself before you criticize your team.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 23, 2017 in Leadership Development, WBS and tagged , , , ,

 

Six Reasons You May be a Helicopter Manager

Six Reasons You May be a Helicopter Manager

 

We've all heard of helicopter parents. They're those annoying parents that constantly hover and prevent their children from learning to deal with life's challenges for themselves. Then, these children grow into young adults who are woefully ill-prepared to cope with the realities of an adult working environment.

However annoying, though real, helicopter parents are, helicopter managers are equally, if not more annoying. Helicopter managers hover and prevent their employees from thinking and making decisions, solving problems, and consistently increasing their marketable skills.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 19, 2015 in Leadership Development, WBS and tagged , ,