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Anne C. Graham, The Profit and Growth Accelerator
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Author, Speaker, Accelerator: Committed to increasing the growth and profit of leaders in manufacturing and professional services
Author, Speaker, Accelerator: Committed to increasing the growth and profit of leaders in manufacturing and professional services

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Check out this article - How would you lead in harmony all five generations of people in today's workforce?

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What to look forward to this week.

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The downside is that not every employee is what I call a Racehorse player who lives the culture AND performs at a high level. Too many employees are show horses, plow horses (B players who either destroy the culture or fail to achieve their goals), or downright donkeys (those who fail on culture AND performance). Those are NOT the folks who should ever be turned loose to be part of a self-directed team.
Unlike Zappos, which has a fully engaged and talented workforce, most companies have too many marginal players and too few racehorses to create and sustain a successful holacracy. However, the takeaway is that every company should strive to attract the kind of talent that would thrive in a holacracy structure. In doing so, companies will automatically increase their Return on People. With a higher return on people, a lot more investment and growth becomes possible in your business!

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Why Conscious Capitalists need a #Profit Plan:

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Eliminate unnecessary costs without draconian cost-cutting.
What’s the most creative way you’ve ever found to eliminate unnecessary costs, without draconian cost-cutting?

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"You can't cut your way to growth."

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Find the sludge in your operation and get rid of it!

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It’s the end of the first quarter. Is your bottom line where it needs to be?
It’s the end of the first quarter. Is your bottom line where it needs to be?
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