by Larry Mandelberg | May 26, 2022 | Business, Business Growth, Decision-making, Delegation, Entrepreneur, General, Leaders, Leadership, Management, Managers
The first time every new leader takes charge, they quickly realize how ill-prepared their education left them. As humorously depicted in the Rodney Dangerfield film, Back To School, running a business ain’t as simple as it might seem. This installment talks about the pitfalls and provides some useful tips.
Wordcount: 844 Time to read: 5 minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | Apr 28, 2022 | Uncategorized
For any strategic objective to have a chance at success, the organization must have some sense of purpose. The founders of Microsoft (Gates), Virgin (Branson), Amazon (Bezos), and Tesla (Musk) built game-changing companies driven by like-minded people working together to fulfill a shared purpose. At the end of the day, without purpose, we live for today and tomorrow loses all promise.
Wordcount: 480 Time to read: 2½ minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | Apr 28, 2022 | Business, Business Growth, Leadership, Strategic Planning
As a consultant with expertise in strategic planning, I get called to help clients for one of two reasons. They’re either trying to develop their first strategic plan or tired of having them fail. For either scenario, the reasons a strategic plan, or to be more specific, a strategic objective, fails are the same.
Wordcount: 623 Time to read: 3½ minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | Feb 24, 2022 | Business, Business Growth, Employees, Human Resources, Recruiting, Staff Development, Staffing
Values are the bricks and like-mindedness is the mortar of organizational culture. When you and I have common values, we automatically have common ground. Common ground is where we can respect one another and find enjoyment working together. Enjoyment creates an emotional draw that attracts people.
Wordcount: 391 Time to read: 2 minutes
by Larry Mandelberg | Dec 31, 2021 | Business, Business Growth, General, Leadership, Strategic Planning
Nobody knows which ideas will succeed until one does. Success stories are often written off as bad ideas that won’t work by the experts before they’ve been tried or tested. How do you answer the question “How will COVID affect my business?” Read this post and find out!
Wordcount: 578 Time to read: 3 minutes