change management consultant (photo by pixbay)

This week I’d like to talk about choosing a change management consultant that’s right for you. There’s no such thing as one size fits all for consultants, so this step by step guide tells you where to look and what to ask to make sure you have the best possible experience. Step 1: Decide You…

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be a bad boss (photo thanks to https://www.pexels.com/@pixabay)

Tired of running a successful, healthy company? Long for the days of constant stress and always worrying if this week would be the last. Stop succeeding and get back to the old days with these proven tools. No more healthy, happy employees that treat each other with respect. No more reaching long-term growth goals. Just…

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how to be a good boss ( Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels)

If you want to send your company our team on a journey to success, it starts with your behaviors. Learn to be a great boss by following these rules and using the Entrepreneurial Operating System’s® proven toolbox to achieve more with less stress. 1. Create A Culture Of Honesty Nothing, and I mean nothing, in…

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change management consultant in waco (Photo by Syed Hasan Mehdi from Pexels)

About seven years ago I was just like every other change management consultant in Waco. I had a system of increasingly complex rules and regulations that “helped” people run their businesses. Then I saw the light. And that is a light I want to share, because I know for a fact it helps businesses improve.…

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how to look smart in meetings

Ever wonder why some people look smart in meetings even though you know they’re utterly hopeless? Of course you have. You’re on the up and up. You’re climbing that corporate ladder and have no intention of stopping now. But, if you’re going to make it to the top, you’ve got to learn to look smart…

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How many times have you begun the day with a small set of priorities that you want to accomplish, only to find that by the end of the day that you had totally forgotten about them and none of them got accomplished?  It’s a great practice to have your most important daily tasks identified, but…

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  The critical question when setting great goals   The easiest thing in the world to do is to set a lousy goal.  You’ve probably done it before, and if you manage people you’ve almost definitely seen it happen. What makes for a lousy goal?  Ambiguity and generalities.  See if any of these “goals” sound…

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  I had a great conversation yesterday with a group of CEO’s who were wrestling with a thorny problem.  Each of them had people on their teams that just weren’t getting the job done, but the CEO’s felt powerless to do anything about it because each employee in their own way was a “sacred cow”. …

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Some people have no problem ending a conversation.  Once they deem the conversation over they walk away, slam down the phone, turn back to their computer, or do any number of things that the more genteel among us might consider rude.  And most of the time, rude is bad. So if you’re trying to keep…

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If you’re like so many people, your email inbox is one of the most serious time sucks – and energy sucks – of your day.  Ask yourself: Do you leave your email inbox open all the time on my computer screen? If not, do you check your inbox incessantly to make sure that nothing new…

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