NO BUSINESS EVER FAILED
due to external forces.
They fail because success brings unfamiliar problems without instructions on how to handle them.
Are you a successful leader
frustrated by problems that don’t get fixed? Problems that damage morale, alienate prospects, and worry clients?
HAS YOUR SUCCESS CREATED FRICTION AND AGGRAVATION?
- Customer demands become annoying distractions
- Technology feels like an uncontrollable expense
- Staff and departments showing signs of conflict
- Projects missing milestones
These are common problems that have real solutions. solutions I know how to help you implement.
I work with leadership teams and Boards of Directors to create:
Predictability using corporate lifecycle theory
Collaboration and communication using scientifically proven change management practices (Prosci®)
Sustainable, profitable growth using the Mandelberg Business Managers Reality Inquiry (mBMRI)
40 years of experience and success has proven my ability to achieve these goals. I do it by sharing my knowledge, my tools, and my expertise so you can use them in your business. The result – your business is ready to adapt, evolve, and grow.
Wordcount: 621 Time to read: 3½ minutes
OK, so I was wrong. Social media can work. As Charlie Brown would say, AAUGH!
I’ve used social media grudgingly, expecting nothing, only to recently find proof of value. When a referral said they’d listened to my podcasts, I knew I was screwed–it can work. Those podcasts launched our client/vendor relationship.
Wordcount: 385 Time to read: 2½ minutes
In the ever-shifting landscape of modern business, having a clear sense of direction isn’t just an advantage—it’s a necessity. If you know what you want your organization’s present and future to look like, don’t make staff read your mind. Document it.
Wordcount: 580 Time to read: 4 minutes
When it comes to delivering products and services, consistent levels of customer service outweigh all other aspects of the end-user experience. What makes a business stand out is outstanding customer service.
While there are many pieces to this puzzle, this newsletter focuses on three that are universal and foundational to building a sustainable organization.
Wordcount: 697 Time to read: 4½ minutes
Daily operations often demand more time than there is, and routine can be comforting. Over time, and without thought, the familiarity of routine breeds complacency that inevitably leads to costly bad habits and crippling assumptions.
Are you concerned about where your organization may be wasting resources? Do you know your organization’s areas of weakness?
Businesses want predictability and dependability, i.e., no change, while the world is constantly changing. This creates friction. Learning how to manage the environment and maintain a sufficient degree of stability is an art most haven’t perfected, much less realizing any need to try. Here, Mandelberg talks about how to do just that.
Wordcount: 415 Time to read: 3 minutes
“Planning is an unnatural process; it is much more fun to do something. The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression.”
— Sir John Harvey Jones
Wordcount: 613 Time to read: 5 minutes
Get my free report – Why business plans collect dust & how successful leaders bring them to life
Is your business plan sitting on a shelf collecting dust and hiding from daylight like Count Dracula? This report will show you how to bring your business plan to life and achieve the goals you’ve planned for.
By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: . You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact