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How to Delegate Tasks Effectively

Learn How to Delegate Using 2 Simple Questions

Effective delegation frees up time for leaders to work on bigger projects. But in order to delegate successfully, ask yourself two questions.

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Developing a plan for business growth

Five Questions to Help You Drive Business Growth

Drive business growth by asking these questions that produce specific, measurable and realistic goals for your company’s future.

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Feedback is breakfast of champions

Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions: Designing Fruitful Board Evaluations

Private company board evaluations need focus, consistency and discipline. Consistent and honest feedback can facilitate business growth.

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Millennials in the workforce

Millennials in the Workplace Want These 4 Qualities in a Company

Millennials in the workplace just want the same as earlier generations. Strong purpose and transparent management can help retain your talent.

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Private company board of directors

Happy Owner, Happy Board: The Strategy of a Private Company Board of Directors

A public company must focus on shareholder value, but a private company board of directors answers to one person only: the owner.

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Toxic workplace environment

How Toxic Workplace Culture Defines a Company…and How to Fix It

You can change a toxic workplace culture, but it requires more than firing a problematic “rainmaker.” Ask the team: what’s not tolerated here?

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Overcome leadership doubt by wandering

Those Who Wander are Not Lost: Combating Leadership Doubt with New Perspective

Your leadership journey doesn’t have to be a lonely one. CEOs can conquer leadership doubt by “wandering,” or visiting their team members on the front lines.

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Leadership succession planning

It’s Never Too Early to Start Leadership Succession Planning

Leadership succession planning should not wait until the business needs a shake up. Develop talent and leaders in good times and bad.

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welder at work, representing making bad business decisions

Not Making Business Decisions = Making Bad Business Decisions

When Werner Co. faces growing pains, its president avoids making business decisions that could jeopardize the company—but his inaction is still a decision.

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6 Tips for Building a Better Marketing Team

To get the most from your marketing team or consultants, you must act as a leader. Follow these tips to get a better marketing team & reach your objectives.

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