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Professional Business Coaches

It's Never Too Late to Learn!

It Is Never Too Late To LearnDo not blame the iceberg!
It was bad decision-making that sank the Titanic! 

Joseph Bruce Ismay, CEO of the White Star Line, planned in 1907 to build four transatlantic liners. They would be the biggest and most luxurious ships since his father built the RMS Oceanic. Was this decision guided by Ismay's ego and desire to outdo his father and his rival shipping line, Cunard? Probably so, but would he have decided to put just 16 lifeboats on the RMS Titanic (instead of the...

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Delegate The Problem. Not The Task!

Nature or nurture? It's what you believe that counts.

DelegatingDelegation, when we don't do it right, is a frustrating business. We discover down the road that things never turn out as we thought they would. We find ourselves looking at deadlines in the rearview mirror. It drives us crazy and reinforces the conviction that "if it has to be done right, then there is only one person to do it."

But BEWARE! Therein is the vicious circular road to burnout. Because the busier you are, the...

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Get Into YOUR Leadership Zone

The "Zone of Leadership" explained

Get INTO Your Leadership ZoneWhat are YOU really good at? What are you passionate about? We are talking here about knowing yourself, knowing what's really important to you, what you do very well, and what you love to spend your precious time at.

Here are 3 excellent tools to help understand your personal zone of leadership.

‚óŹ The Gallup StrengthsFinder is a tried-and-trusted survey that gets you to list out the 5 top items from a number of comprehensive...

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Are You a Truly Effective Business Leader?

Effective Business Leader Self-development towards executive effectiveness must be learned and practiced. How often and how well do you practice the following habits? We define habits as the synergy of knowledge, experience, skill, and motivation. Take time to reflect on each item in the PBC leader's checklist. Then rate yourself on a scale of zero to 10. Zero means you never perform that action, while a rating of 10 means you can recall numerous occasions when you leveraged this habit to the benefit...

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6 Principles for a "FIT" Business Ethos

6 Principles for a Fit Business

Six Principles for a "Fit" Business Ethos

According to Building the Fit Organization by Daniel Markowitz, "... a fit organization is a dynamic, constantly improving, profoundly customer-focused entity that delivers superior performance and results over the long haul."   To transform your business into a super fit one requires six foundation principles.  
  1. You must be totally committed to this ideal. It isn't just another initiative.
  2. You must focus...

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