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The Evolution of Business | How to Remain Relevant During Transforming Times

Evolve or fade; this is the reality of today’s business environment. Continuous, consistent transformation is absolutely necessary to keep pace in an age of unprecedented technological advancement and increasingly shifting consumer demands. 807 more words

Business Planning

At The End Of The Day:

All that matters is: Can you deliver? I have run into several challenges over my career from jealous territorial co-workers, political positioning and the only advice I can provide is to persevere because at the end of the day all the matters is who can deliver. 582 more words

Marketing Strategy

WOMEN LEADERS & Why The First Years After College Are Crucial For Women Aiming For Church Leadership

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: “To see more women leaders rising to the top jobs in our churches, research indicates we have to convince more of them that even when looking for their first job out of college, they should be aiming for the big jobs.” 310 more words


Making Change Happen


By Chris Gandy

A clear challenge faced by many leaders is to inspire their organisations to change. And it is a tough job for as Woodrow Wilson once said: 160 more words

Cause & Effective



By Joe Moore

An obscure Rolling Stone’s song “No Expectations” lies at one extreme end of a string of their 60s recordings.

“Satisfaction” – the mid-60s anthem to the search for perfection towers at the other end of the extreme. 167 more words


Dear Human Resources: Employees Are Your Customer!

Traditionally human resources and executive management have treated employees as assets. And rightly so employees are extremely valuable if not the most valuable assets. But they shouldn’t be treated like a depreciating line item. 397 more words

Executive Leadership

Personal Development Lessons From Ice Skating


By Attila Ovari

Went ice skating as part of my daughter’s birthday and it was an awesome experience.

It had been years since I have been ice skating and it was good to get back out there. 648 more words

Executive Leadership