Social You: 4 Reasons No One Follows You

Weekends are all about wandering off topic, which is why I’m introducing this new weekend thread on ExchangeGain, “Social You.” And let me preface by saying that social is not currently what I do for a living, so no matter what Forbes or anyone else says, my free advice should be considered worth […] Read moreRead More»

Relevant by Laura Goodrich

Our friend Laura will explore the impact of technology and the rapid rate of change on our leadership and how we relate to one another. Parts 2 and 3 will continue next week. For the past last 17 years, I have focused my career towards working with individuals, teams and organizations who are experiencing dynamic […] Read moreRead More»

Happy Employees Create Happy Customers by Stan Phelps

Happy Employees Create Happy Customers I recently completed a quest. I had set out to find 1,001 purple goldfish. Examples of companies that strive to exceed customer expectations via a sticky concept called g.l.u.e (giving little unexpected extras). Signature extras that help win customers and influence word of mouth. Who is more important . . […] Read moreRead More»

To Have a Future, You Have to Grow by Ken Blanchard

Change today is a way of life. If you’re not growing and learning, you’re going backwards — both as an individual and an organization. Today’s business environment features almost daily changes in technology, which contribute to an ever-shrinking world. Everyone is dealing with brighter, more informed customers and greater overall competition. The world is moving […] Read moreRead More»

3 Truths about Vision by Mark Miller

Vision is perhaps the most misunderstood aspect of leadership. It is universally held as a critical element of successful leadership; yet as it is discussed, it is often shrouded in mystery and ambiguity. It doesn’t have to be this way. Vision rightly defined and understood is the cornerstone of great leadership and great accomplishment. Let’s […] Read moreRead More»

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