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Many business owners and managers bemoan the lack of talented people to fill critical positions in their organizations. They struggle to identify and recruit needed people. What they overlook is the potential to grow the people they already

Many businesses focus on pitching their stories to customers and investors. As leaders, however, your first job is to attract and inspire the talent you need. Do you have a clear and convincing story about your business? Does it engage the interest

Many people focus on high visibility actions to project their talent. They look for grand strategies, innovative products, and other marks of distinction. What they often overlook are the personal attributes – how they do things – that can

Managers waste precious time and energy anguishing over employees who don’t fit. Many managers will do almost anything to avoid the challenges and confrontation of making a change. As a result, their teams suffer. Vickie faced this issue with her

“When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.” — Charles Beard, historian Do the obstacles you face fascinate you? Do they draw your interest to understand them more deeply? Do they motivate you to find solutions? Do you use them