A business slow-down is the perfect time to do some retooling of yourself, your business, or your team, because you’ve probably got more time on your hands. So here are 7 things you should be doing when business is slow.
1. Reevaluate Continue reading
You’re in for a treat in this interview with a true rock icon, as he provides his take on a number of teamwork related issues. Continue reading
A colleague recently received a promotion, and one focus area for him will be visibility–being out in the workplace where he can Continue reading
Interested in improving your organization’s profitability? Let me share five strategies guaranteed to help.
The first strategy: Focus on your Continue reading
The story is old and probably familiar, but it illustrates a powerful point.
One morning, during the construction of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, Sir Christopher Wren, the Cathedral’s architect, came upon two stonecutters, and asked Continue reading
Although the unemployed would be happy with any kind of job, meaningful work is a key to employee engagement and satisfaction. Meaningful work is the difference between a Continue reading
Some managers I’ve met share an important characteristic with a car my sons used to drive…the car’s fuel gauge was broken.
So, my sons really had no accurate way to measure how much gas was in the tank. And some managers are like that. They have no way to Continue reading
Here are three rules for uncovering your purpose, as well as a real-life example of how these rules work. So this is a follow-up to a previous post on relentlessly communicating your purpose.
After all, relentless communication doesn’t help if you don’t have Continue reading
In a previous post (http://www.terrywall.com/category/purpose/ ), I talked about the Power of Purpose. Here are more thoughts:
Want to know what’s important to another person? Listen to what dominates that person’s conversation.
In a recent four minute shuttle ride to the airport parking, the shuttle driver talked nonstop about Continue reading
I call this the Leadership Acceleration Model, because if you pay attention to these five areas, you’ll improve your leadership more quickly, and you’ll accelerate your success.
I started developing this model a few years ago, and it’s the result of Continue reading