Monthly Archives: August 2015

5 Tips To Motivate Your Team

5 Tips To Motivate Your Team

Motivation is defined as the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way. When the energy, knowledge, and skills of a motivated group of people are combined, it creates an effective atmosphere where almost anything can be accomplished. Yet, a team’s motivation can rise or fall depending on a myriad… Read more »

3 Tips For Stronger Startup Team Building

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For startups, success or failure is directly tethered to the strength of the team. When resources are sparse, and to-do lists endless, having a cohesive and efficient team is absolutely critical. For founders, picking a team in the early stages is an enormous task in itself, but really just the beginning.

Best Practices for Interviewing and Hiring New Employees

Best Practices for interviewing and hiring new employees

Hiring new employees is always somewhat of a risk. Whether we are hiring for a simple job or one extremely complex, we never know exactly who these people are as employees until working with them. With this, the process of interviewing new applicants is extremely important. The tips and tricks listed below will prepare you… Read more »

Strategic Processes for Exemplary Corporate Decision-Making

Strategic Processes for Exemplary Corporate Decision-Making

Making decisions isn’t always easy; especially corporate decisions. Complex corporate decisions often involve challenging factors such as uncertainty, complexity, high-risk consequences, alternatives, and/or interpersonal issues. When faced with difficult corporate decisions involving one or more of these factors, it becomes increasingly important to use strategic decision making processes to ensure a successful outcome.

Lead Your Team to Endless Victory

Lead Your Team to Endless Victory

Most people believe excellence is an all-encompassing destination. Yet, I like to think of it as a journey. In order to be an effective leader one must be ruthlessly committed to achieving their peak performance one hundred percent of the time. In other words, they must continuously strive for excellence. Given that general circumstances in any… Read more »