Be more effective and much quicker by trying to find the cause of problems and not simply slapping band aids on the symptoms, or jumping to vast, unverified conclusions. For example, most unhappy employees who leave organizations are actually leaving their boss.
Once you're delegated to human resources or other places in the bowels of the organization, you're unlikely to get back to the true buyer. Avoid this with intelligent argument: "This is a strategic (leadership) decision, and you and I should decide
At the beginning of the summer season, I like to have preventive work done on our air conditioning units. We have two huge compressors for central air, and six independent units for given rooms. I called two companies in early
We have to take prudent risks in this business: • Spending the money to fly to an important prospect • Attending a conference which can improve our skills • Buying clothes that are professional and indicate success • Investing in a meeting venue before
A recent article explained that people who are educated and have experienced success tend to assume they're much smarter than they actually are. Hence, they take on projects and accountabilities which they're really not qualified to undertake. Historically, over 80%