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Our blog is an additional avenue through which we share relevant, timeless principles and life-changing values. Among other topics, we discuss individual and organizational self-awareness, healthy organizational culture, and transitioning well.

Continue reading Time Management Tips for Leaders Time Management Tips for Leaders
Time Management Tips for Leaders
We know many leaders are challenged by balancing leadership and production. Roger Garber shares a few helpful tips in this video!...
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Continue reading Stretching Your Energy vs. Stewarding Your Energy Stretching Your Energy vs. Stewarding Your Energy
Stretching Your Energy vs. Stewarding Your Energy
Americanos, Red Bull, diet sodas, caffeinated chocolate bites…there is a reason that so many of these products are a common daily consumption: our energy is finite. All too often we demand and expect ...
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Continue reading When Hiring: Experience or Leadership? When Hiring: Experience or Leadership?
When Hiring: Experience or Leadership?
You've been waiting for the perfect candidate. But somehow, the ideal mix of leadership and technical expertise has not shown up. What to do? In this video, Natalie shares several considerations th...
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Continue reading Core Values – Powerful or Passé? Core Values – Powerful or Passé?
Core Values – Powerful or Passé?
The four sets of core values above are from four companies that you likely know. Core values should be primarily meaningful to leaders and employees. When consistently lived out, they should bring m...
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Continue reading Succession Planning – Supporting You on the Journey Succession Planning – Supporting You on the Journey
Succession Planning – Supporting You on the Journey
The path to the future for retiring business owners can seem overwhelming. In this video, Jerry Murray shares some of the common questions these leaders face, and how our team is prepared to support y...
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Continue reading Succession Planning – Allowing Time for the Expected and Unexpected Succession Planning – Allowing Time for the Expected and Unexpected
Succession Planning – Allowing Time for the Expected and Unexpected
Abraham Lincoln is credited with saying, "Good things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle." Patience is certainly a virtue, but it should never be confused with co...
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Continue reading Succession Planning – Begin with One Small Step Succession Planning – Begin with One Small Step
Succession Planning – Begin with One Small Step
There is a simple model of human behavior that says we only do things when we have a strong enough reason to do them; on the motivational scales in our brains, the benefits must outweigh the costs. An...
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Continue reading Succession Planning – A Fresh Approach Succession Planning – A Fresh Approach
Succession Planning – A Fresh Approach
As we start the new year, Roger North shares our approach to the important process of succession planning. Stay tuned for upcoming podcast episodes expanding upon this topic!...
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Continue reading 25 Stories for 25 Years – That’s a Wrap! 25 Stories for 25 Years – That’s a Wrap!
25 Stories for 25 Years – That’s a Wrap!
25 years. 300 months. 1,304 weeks. 9,131 days. If these numbers sound vaguely familiar, it is because we used the same numbers to start our “25 Stories for 25 Years.” We hope you enjoyed, and were enc...
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