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Employees that Transform Your Business

Employees that Transform Your Business

Organizational structure was set up over a century ago and remained mostly unchanged, since the beginning of the industrial age. Those that paid for the business had all the say in the business. They, and their advisors,  found the funding, decided on the current and future conditions and direction of the company, selected the product, […]

A Story of Two Shutdowns And Their People

A Story of Two Shutdowns And Their People weather vane with a rooster on top

I want to tell you the story of two manufacturing companies. Both companies were subsidiaries of large global companies, owned by even larger foreign companies. Both companies had been in business for several decades, were well recognized and respected in their industries, and both had under 500 employees, but they differed in how they treated […]

Four Important Points in Change – An Adaptive Process to Success

Four Important Points in Change – An Adaptive Process to Success complex architectural structure of boxes.

When describing the general stages of change, I like to categorize the steps into these four points as a overview of what to do. These points are easy to understand but complex to implement. There are always many moving parts and people involved, which requires a lot of preparation and planning and the willingness to […]

We All Have Shit

You could be the prettiest, the smartest, the most giving, the most kind, the richest, the purest, the most loving… we all have shit. Some people will see that shit and accept it. Some will see it and push it away. They may even tell others of the shit you carry, belittling your ‘extraordinary’ gifts […]

Up Your Reference Group Level

If you want to see yourself as an owner of a bigger business start spending time with people that see you as you want to be. Find people that will hold you accountable, stop you from spending too much time in ‘pity mode’, see your best and strongest traits, understand your challenges, and won’t belittle […]