Here are blogs and articles I’ve collected over the last month you may find of interest:
Have you ever asked yourself what you want your life to be? Find out how one woman did. It changed her definition of success and how she runs her business.
It’s a phrase I’ve repeated often to business owners and executive directors I advise. In this article, Jay Goltz makes a good argument why something even more important is king. Read on to find out what.
“The “GE Global Innovation Barometer” found that 95 percent of respondents believe innovation is the main lever for a more competitive national economy… the results reveal that “the new face of innovation” has shifted from “innovations that simply make money to innovations that also create good in people’s lives.”
If the people who work for you stop doing their job…how long would your business continue to operate? When was the last time you thanked the people who work for you? How often do you show appreciation?
How do you bring innovation and change into your organization? What do you read to spur new ideas?
Susan C. Hammond consults with the CEOs of small to mid-size businesses and nonprofits on improving financial intelligence and the formation of advisory boards. She is a consultant, speaker, facilitator, and author previously serving as member of the senior management team of technology start-ups, professional service firms, and nonprofit organizations. Susan is the author of the Advisory Board Kit: A Comprehensive Guide to Establishing an Advisory Board.