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Better Expectations

Communicating with people in business is critical. Proper communication leads to excellent results. Improper communication or lack of communication means that we’re probably not going to get the results that we need. One important way to communicate is by establishing the right expectations. We are in fact accountable to establish those expectations. Expectations help drive results. Your team members will work towards those expectations that you together created. Those expectations will motivate them, it will

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Are You Accountable to Your Strategic Intent?

On a recent trip to San Diego I was involved with a group of 25 people. We were at the beach in front of the Del Coronado Hotel and decided to eat lunch there together. The restaurant we wanted to eat at was full but the restaurant right next door had a long table already set up and it was on the patio right adjacent to the patio of the operating restaurant. We spoke to

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Be Accountable for your Goals

Last weekend I took my wife and two of my children to see the show South Pacific.  It was a wonderful experience for my younger daughters.  They enjoyed the beautiful costumes and stage setting. One of the songs had a stanza that caught my attention.  It went like this: You have to have a goal, Because if you don’t have a goal, How is your goal going to come true? Wow, very profound.  When I

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Staying Focused In A Fragmented World

A recent Gallop poll revealed that 71 percent of workers are “not engaged” in their work. The longer a worker stays with a company the more disengaged they become. They begin to sabotage the company’s efforts, look for ways to hide out rather than produce, and lose interest in the organization’s success. Here are five ways for you to stay focused and to keep those working with you engaged as well. 1. Have a mission

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