How to Boost Your Small Business

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Want to boost your small business?

Increase profits and grow?

The key is taking a page from other small businesses,

Those who focus on developing, involving and rewarding employees on a budget.

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How To Ask For A Raise

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So you want to ask for a raise?

You deserve it.

You haven’t had one in awhile.

Your colleague just got one.

But, how do you talk about this with the boss?

 

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How To Keep Millennials Interested

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If the boss talks down to staff.

Won’t give them breathing room to do their jobs.

Or, demands crazy work hours,

Watch out!

This will drive many millennial employees out the door. Fast.

Here’s how to hang onto your millennial

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Leadership Training

 

Powerful Minds: Using Mindfulness To Motivate Yourself

Create habits of mind that ensure success.  Realize your potential, overcome resistance and fear, and increase your happiness, by harnessing the power of your mind.

Powerful People: Using Self Awareness To Manage

Learn

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How To Use A Coach Effectively

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You’ve been offered a chance to have some coaching. You might see this as a perk, or perhaps a necessity. Or, you may take it as a sign of weakness in yourself.

 Like individuals who receive it, organizations, too, have

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Executive Coaching

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Executive Performance Coaching

Private, exclusive and confidential.  The program tailors telephone consultations, on-site visits, leadership assessments and progress reports in one comprehensive package.

Leader Development Coaching

Managers, small business owners, professional, entrepreneurs and supervisors benefit from an individualized service tailored

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Successful Workplace Relationships

 

 


 

Leadership Services

Executive Coaching

  • Executive Performance Coaching

    Private, exclusive and confidential.  The program tailors telephone consultations, on-site visits, leadership assessments and progress reports in one

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Email Code of Conduct

“Flaming,” or sending angry, rude or terse e-mails has become such an issue in some companies – especially from correspondents who may have just received their pink slips and feel the need to have the last e-word – that many

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Develop Your Non-Profit Board

Keeping members of not-for-profit boards engaged and enthusiastic can be an ongoing challenge. It’s easy for volunteers to become bored and listless if they are not offered development opportunities. And developing your not-for-profit board is important to the effective governance

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Succession Planning

Today’s organizations are facing a curious paradox. While as the massive layoffs we hear about almost daily are creating a glut of employees, companies are also coping with an exodus of baby boomers from the workplace. These are often people

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