Corporate Culture

In general, trust is often talked of as the most important currency in business. It can the bedrock of a company's success and the element that undergirds all employer-employee relationships. Without trust, no one will believe in the organization. Without that belief, no one is going to serve the business within the business and no one is going to buy - be it a product, service, idea.
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Leadership and leadership development is a hot topic these days. Specifically, what does it mean to be a good leader and how do you become a good leader? One could argue everyone has a certain degree of leadership responsibility within an organization. Therefore, learning how to be a good leader is vital.
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In business, everything you do serves to create your brand - whether you realize it or not. If you want to boost your career, it's much better to proactively develop your brand rather than leave it to chance. It's never a good idea to allow it to develop organically and accidentally - without your input or guidance.
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Conventional wisdom dictates that when you want a superstar team, you should hire superstar players. Clearly, if you have a lineup that consists of MVPs playing against average players, victory is very nearly guaranteed. In fact, this line of thinking is one of the default sales growth strategies - and lessons in business - of companies who want to increase productivity especially in times of profit squeeze.
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Leadership is perhaps one of the most misunderstood concepts that exists among those who consider themselves a leader, those who want to be a leader, and those who follow the leader.
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