10 Ways to Achieve a Balanced Life

Apr.22

By Todd Duncan

Are you too busy at the office to spend time with your spouse, your children, your neighbors, your friends or doing what you love? If you are a workaholic, or pushing hard for this certificate of demerit, here are some innovative ways to help you to begin closing the gap.

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Integrity: The Highest Level of Leadership

Apr.15

By Todd Duncan

Integrity guides us, restores us, builds our reputation, and secures our legacy. Integrity makes good business sense. Companies that achieve long-term success display the kind of integrity that customers and employees can count on.

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3 Ways To Weed Out Ineffective Employees

Apr.8

By Todd Duncan

If you discover you have weeds in your place of employment— people who pretend to be effective but are not, then you have two choices. You can either ignore the problem and hope it goes away (it won’t), or you can become a weed eater and take control.

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Right Job, Wrong Person: Mastering The Art of Hiring The Right People

Apr.1

By Todd Duncan

Most of the time, when you hire someone, you’ve done your homework. You checked references, and you possibly even reviewed the results of psychological testing. You also relied on the most direct evidence of all: You could look the new employee in the eye and say, Yes! This is the one, but then disaster struck

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Is Your Leadership Holding Others Back?

Mar.25

By Todd Duncan

Leadership is all about influence and motivation. Neither happens naturally, but they are both the results of intentional leadership decisions. As a leader, you must recognize that your role is not a title.

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Grounded By The Fog

Mar.18

By Todd Duncan

If your vision is “foggy” and you refuse to acknowledge your challenges, then you’re putting you and your team in jeopardy—and your future is most certainly on the brink of disaster. If you are working in such a fogbound environment, let’s clear the air and close the gap.

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The Customer Is Always… What?

Mar.11

By Todd Duncan

The truism goes, “The customer is always right!” But I marvel at the paradox of much of today’s customer service. Every business needs customers to survive, yet most employees fail to understand that their paycheck and long-term job security are related to customer relationships—how customers feel about the employees’ interaction with them.

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Why Does Everybody Say “No”?

Mar.4

By Todd Duncan

Do you want your prospects to meet with you more readily? Do you want your boss to say “yes” to your proposals more frequently? Read on, for you are about to receive the “stealth weapon” of influence.

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