Leadership

Reinforcing Clarity – Rewarding & Recognizing

Nov 18, 2019 By (Bio) One Comment
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How much is it going to cost your organization to retain your best employee? What if you were told possibly nothing (in actual dollars)? Contrary to popular opinion, financial rewards are a satisfier, but not a driver. As a leader, you must provide compensation to allow employees to feel a sense of worth for the […]

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Video Blog – Sustaining Competitive Advantage: Houck

Nov 04, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments

Since their founding in 1945, Houck has developed a unique competitive advantage as a diversified specialty contractor in Harrisburg, PA. Join us as we interview Lin Sensenig, President and COO of Houck, as he describes how a culture of honor, humility and humor has contributed to Houck’s unique competitive advantage. 

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Reinforcing Clarity: Managing Performance

Oct 21, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments
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Let’s recap. You have: Learned and understood the benefits of a healthy organization Built a cohesive leadership team Created the clarity that establishes “who you are” by answering the key questions: Why do we exist? How do we behave? What do we do? How will we succeed? Discovered what is most important for your organization right now and designated […]

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Video Blog – Sustaining Competitive Advantage: LCBC (Lives Changed By Christ)

Sep 03, 2019 By (Bio) One Comment

Over the past 30 years, LCBC (Lives Changed By Christ) has been very intentional about developing strategic priorities that enable them to introduce as many people as possible to Jesus Christ. Join us as we interview David Ashcraft, Senior Pastor of LCBC, to learn more about their unique approach to creating a competitive edge and staying focused […]

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Overcommunicating Organizational Clarity

Aug 19, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments
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I distinctly remember a Managers Meeting with a long-time client. There were about 50 people in the room. I was given the opportunity to discuss progress that had been made in the organization. Over time, the organization had drifted (as many do) away from their original mission and core values. Together with the family and […]

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Who Must Do What?

Jul 15, 2019 By (Bio) No Comments
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Have you ever had someone say to you, “Oh, I thought you were going to do that”? Unfortunately, it is not an uncommon statement, whether it be at home, school, or work. The past five blogs have each addressed one of the “Six Critical Questions” Patrick Lencioni explores in his book, The Advantage. If the process is followed, […]

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What’s Most Important Right Now?

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 […]

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