California’s Jim Ramsay entered the Extreme Benchrest competition as an amateur marksman but he finished it by besting the pros. His not-so-secret weapon? A Navis Wireless Wind Speed Sensor. Even…
Great but how do I make that happen? You start by shifting employee attitudes and to be more specific your attitude which is far and away the biggest single item…
The construction industry needs to do more to tackle corruption according to a new report from Grant Thornton. The consultant estimates that fraud could cost the industry between 5% and 10% of revenues, or as much as US$ 860 billion per year.
New Year’s resolutions are a pain. Lose 20 pounds. Eat better. Get in shape. Join the gym. Run three miles a day. Stop smoking. Stop drinking. Stop (fill in the…
“It’s beginning to look a lot like, Chris… ah, er…” It’s “holiday” time. When I was growing up, they called it Christmas. Now, in order to offend no one, they call it nothing. Sad.
‘Twas the night before Christmas… and all the stores were closed.
“What I did on my summer vacation.” Every one of you have given a speech, or written a paragraph or essay about what you did on your summer vacation while you were in grade school.
There are no two companies that train alike. Some go all out. Some do little or none. From my personal observation over the past five years, training (especially sales training) is in decline. Training budgets follow the economy and corporate profits.
I’m celebrating my 20th year of writing about sales, networking, loyalty, trust, attitude, leadership, business social media, and personal development.
You must be prepared to cull the non-performers (weeds & deceivers) even when on the surface they look like rock stars.