Archive for the ‘Leadership’ Category

Due to complexity, it makes far more sense for leaders to look at their companies through the lens of systems thinking.

Even though you may believe your success is a safe thing, you need someone to break it to you – it’s not! Success is a relative thing; one day you are in, the next day you are out. In order to stay in and advance and prosper, you need to constantly work on upgrading your business skills, your work strategy and most importantly – to know which way you are headed

Let’s look over the past several decades and ask: what is the best business example of the proper use of inquiry before moving to advocacy, and then the worst, where inquiry was ignored and disaster occurred.

Employee productivity determines the success and sustainability of businesses. Senior management and business owners constantly devise new and better policies and practices to improve employee performance.

In this interview I wanted to know how she got to where she is today and whether the positive attitude has always been there; her thoughts on why some businesses fail and her tips for entrepreneurial success. Frederique also shares some exclusive news of her amazing next steps in empowering even more people around the world.

Looking for new business? You might be looking in all the wrong places.

While you might find yourself wearing multiple hats and delving into tasks outside your area of expertise, getting a business up and running doesn’t mean you’ll know how to handle every situation that arises.

If you’re too focused on the day-to-day, you’ll miss the big picture strategy and opportunities.

Ready to find out more about the Year of the Horse – its insights, forecasts and caveats for business in 2014?

Cooperative capitalism is designed to end resource consolidation by the elite class due to its rejection of the concept that an economy can remain stable based upon prediction, control, and unchecked speculation.