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How to Empower Employees to Make Their Own Productivity Improvements

In the world of business, good change is brutally hard. And changing a culture is even harder—that is, without demonstrating a better way for employees to physically and mentally do the work they were hired to do.

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7 Turnaround Tips From an Interim CEO

Taking over a flailing, anxious company is anything but ideal circumstances for a new leader, but interim CEOs face it all the time. It’s precisely this kind of high-pressure situation that forges strong and empathetic leadership strategies.

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How to Build a Company With a Culture of Stewardship

A company’s culture is the collective shared values and practices of the employees within an organization. According to management consultant F. John Reh, companies that have an effective culture will outperform competitors by a large margin—at least 200% more. Answer these 4 questions and you will establish the right culture for your company.  

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4 Ways CEOs Can Stay Focused on Growth in a World of Constant Change

Warren Zinn, CEO of Warren Henry Auto Group and a seasoned veteran of the auto industry, had a passion for cars since childhood, but realized early on that passion is only a small part of the success formula. Zinn worked tirelessly to develop business sense and leadership competency in his favorite field.

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3 Strategies for Overcoming the Threat of Disruption

The fact that the average lifespan of companies is shortening, having gone from roughly 61 years in 1958 to 25 years in 1980 to just 18 years in 2011, is evidence that the global business sphere is indeed changing faster than ever. Not only is competition getting more intense, but disruption can now come in the most unexpected of ways and from the most unexpected of places.

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