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Don’t Like Your Auditor’s Recommendations?

Audits can be trying enough, but to be given recommendations from someone who doesn’t do the job in your environment feels like an affront.  Often the recommendations don’t feel practical or don’t take the organization’s culture into account.  326 more words


4 reasons why senior PR can’t opt out of social or digital media

A recent CIPR survey has identified a widening gap between the skill sets PR practitioners have and the skill sets that businesses increasingly need. Here are four imperatives for embracing social and digital media management – writes Scott Guthrie 1,147 more words


Sowing and Reaping

For a few years, I would help a local TV reporter with fill-in comments for his daily news stories. I was his “need a filler” guy. 58 more words

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Leadership Lessons from the County Fair

“You need to get out of the office for a while, you’re stressed out,” my wife’s voice sounded with empathy and emphasis. I was in the middle of conflict. 1,013 more words

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Successful Turnaround via Positive Cultural Change | Chief Executive magazine #CEO #AlignedValue

 3 Tactics for Creating a Successful Turnaround Through Positive Cultural Change

Not many companies have had as much tumult lately as Sprint, which, in February, took a $1.9-billion quarterly write-off because of the reduced value of its trade name. 480 more words


Communication Goes Both Ways.

In our last post I wrote about the importance of one-way communication. This week, we will take a look at two-way communication. Once again I will address a few critical, and often overlooked, things to focus on. 662 more words

No-One Said it Would be Easy

Some comments I received about Triple-A supply chains have made the point that getting there isn’t easy.  No-one said it was, but maybe it needs to be said another way:  It’s going to be a lot harder than you expected.  502 more words

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