Month: January 2017

Got Peers?

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If you’re reading this  and have not availed yourself of membership in Vistage or other C-Level Peer Group,  take a few minutes for an overview of peer power by a man who literally wrote the book on the subject.   Leo Bottary, author of  “The Power of Peers” was recently interviewed

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I, Pencil

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Those who are concerned that China’s economy will surpass ours should consider the following “required reading.” China just announced to great fanfare that after years of effort and millions in investment, it has managed to produce… a ballpoint pen! (This was accomplished in the US about 80 years ago).  Before

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Do the Exit Interview FIRST

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Most CEOs know that job tenure is far less today than the “lifetime employment” of generations past;  but if so, why not find out what the prospect intends to do AFTER they leave your employment.  That’s what LinkedIn’s head of recruiting was challenged to do by his CEO.  Maybe you should

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The Parenting is Just Beginning

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Here’s a 15-minute video that anyone who raised a Millennial, or now has to supervise one, ought to watch right now (like drop everything and watch it RIGHT NOW).  Simon Sinek rocketed to fame on the wings of his book “Start with Why” and related talks.   In a recent interview,

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Warren Buffett’s 50% Rule

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We think of Warren Buffett’s success as being due to his prowess as a stock picker.   You might be surprised to hear the advice that Buffett gave to a group of Columbia Business school students that he predicted would enhance their value in the marketplace by 50%.   This one-page article

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