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Dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and enhancing the lives of CEOs, executives and business owners.
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Be like NASA: Engage your employees - A very large component of employee engagement is centered around work tasks and the degree to which employees can immerse themselves in their work. The hope is that employees experience the pleasure of working and even reach the nearly euphoric state of flow while doing so. You could describe this state of flow as “work ... The post Be like NASA: Engage your employees appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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How to leverage your corporate culture - Watch the webinar “Culture by Design, not Default” with TalenTrust’s Kathleen Quinn Votaw Why should a CEO care about corporate culture? Because employees care about it. Employees want much more than a job. They want to be part of something rewarding, engaging and purposeful. They want to contribute to a company in a meaningful way. As ... The post How to leverage your corporate culture appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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Meeting the challenge of the multigenerational workplace - “We cannot escape our demographics. Our demographics are the future that’s already happened.”  Your workplace is a blend of several generations of employees working together. Brand new college graduates looking toward their future work alongside team members with an eye on their retirement. It might seem improbable that you could build a company culture that ... The post Meeting the challenge of the multigenerational workplace appea...

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Wall Street Journal/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey: Economic confidence plateaus

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How to check your digital footprint - Watch the webinar “Market Smarter with Next-Generation Competitive Analysis.” Does your business have a mobile-friendly website—one that’s easy to read on a smartphone and doesn’t force visitors to hunt for your address when they’re pulled over on the shoulder of a busy road searching for your building? If the answer is “no,” you’re missing out ... The post How to check your digital footprint appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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A cure for conversational blind spots - Three decades ago, I began my first experiment in Conversational Intelligence®. The corporation Union Carbide hired me to work with 17 high-powered sales executives in danger of losing a bid for a key contract. My job was to figure out how they could raise their game and beat the other seven competitors. For two weeks, I ... The post A cure for conversational blind spots appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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Creating a culture by design - Culture is more than just a boardroom buzzword. It is a “must-have” rather than a “nice to have,” for today’s companies. In the same way that marketing sets the table for sales, culture sets the table for recruiting and retaining top talent. It also plays a critical role in the long-term performance of a company. ... The post Creating a culture by design appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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The business owner’s ‘pre-nup’ - Watch the webinar, “Transitioning Ownership of Your Business” Most private business owners know that creating a business succession plan is important, even if — in the all-consuming crush of managing and growing their businesses — they sometimes put it off longer than they probably should. They are often less aware, however, of many early steps ... The post The business owner’s ‘pre-nup’ appeared first on  Vistage Executive Street Blog.

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Digital competitive analysis: The one tool every business needs

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Implementing big-business leadership in a small business - Running a successful business, no matter how big or small, starts and ends with effective leadership. This involves defining a clear destination; getting everyone focused on reaching that destination; informing, inspiring and engaging people to get there; measuring results; and adjusting as necessary along the way. These leadership principles apply to all types and sizes ... The post Implementing big-business leadership in a small b...
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