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Blog: Organizational Margin: Practice!

Margin: Practice!

You’ve planned and you’re prepared, (see my previous posts) and now there’s one more key element to margin in your organization: practice. Before “go time”, if you have the time — Practice! 126 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog: "Organizational Margin: The Power of Preparation"

Organizational Margin: The Power of Preparation

Preparation is very important especially when it comes to margin.
The whole purpose of creating margin in your organization is to avoid having a last-minute culture. 298 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog: "Organizational Margin: The Importance of Planning"

The purpose of organizational planning is to bring FOCUS. When people are focused they are strategic, intentional and productive. The leader’s job is to keep people inspired and focused on the mission and vision of the organization. 148 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog post: "Leaders Transform Organizations"

Good leaders always look to make things happen through strategy, focus and energy. Here are 4 things leaders do to generate momentum:

4Ts
Think ahead (blog 3/18/13) 206 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog post: "Leaders Train Others"

Blog: Generating momentum
Part 3 of 4

Good leaders always look to make things happen through strategy, focus and energy. Here are 4 things leaders do to generate momentum: 286 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog post: "Leaders Take Risks"

Good leaders always look to make things happen through strategy, focus and energy. Here are 4 things leaders do to generate momentum:

4Ts
Think ahead (covered on 3/19/2013) 353 more words

Shawn Bouldin

Blog post: "Leaders Think Ahead"

Generating momentum

It is said that there are people who let things happen, people that don’t know what’s happening, people that don’t care what’s happening and most importantly, people who make things happen. 186 more words

Shawn Bouldin