Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz is a local accounting firm that has gone beyond the numbers to develop a culture that also prioritizes internal and external relationships. Join us as we interview Ken Wolfe, Managing Principal and President of Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz, to learn more about their unique competitive advantage philosophy!
You’ve spent countless hours defining “WHO you are” by asking the following questions with your team: Why do we exist (your purpose)? How do we behave (your values)? What do we do (your products and services)? How will we succeed (your strategic anchors)? While confident in your purpose, the values that support it, the products […]
MERSEN is one of the top graphite machining facilities in the nation. While highly profitable, MERSEN focuses first on their mission “to improve people’s lives.” Join us as we interview long-time friend and client, Mitch Taylor, General Manager of MERSEN.
“Leonardo da Vinci, the defining Renaissance man…, believed that in order to fully understand something one needed to view it from at least three different perspectives.” – Frans Johansson, The Medici Effect We are excited to introduce the latest service from North Group Consultants – Emerging Teams! Emerging Teams is a service specifically geared toward developing your […]
“The First Friend is the alter ego, the man who first reveals to you that you are not alone in the world… but the Second Friend is the man who disagrees with you about everything. He is not so much the alter ego as the antiself. Of course he shares your interests; otherwise he would […]
Picking Up the Torch with Humility & Gratefulness: How Next Generation Leaders Successfully Transition
The leaders of your organization have started thinking about the next generation of the company – and they approach you. With many ideas swirling through your mind, you leave with hopeful optimism. Though unsure of how it is going to be accomplished, you’re positive it will work. This thought will, of course, be short-lived as […]
“It’s 2017 for goodness sake!” This and other similar refrains have come to dot our relational and conversational landscapes. They are attempts to “nicely” enlighten their audience, informing them that the world has advanced while they – clearly – have not. Most often, these refrains occur on social media, behind the veil of anonymity and […]
The connection between trust and communication is undeniable. It is difficult to build trust (with anyone, on any topic) when we don’t fully communicate. Likewise, we find it hard to truly connect and communicate with someone when trust has simply not been built yet or has been damaged in some way. It is often assumed […]
We’ve entered a season where everyone can have a (public) voice. It is an interesting time in that the mass of communication – intended to inform – has largely deadened and desensitized us. Messages that once stirred us to action are now scrolled past, muted, and turned off. So what do we do if we […]