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March 21, 2022

KPI Examples for Your Leadership Team

The key to assessing the health of your business…   CEOs need easy access to a few key performance indicators to monitor how healthy the business []
December 1, 2020

Talk, talk, talk – and then talk some more

Talk, talk, talk – and then talk some more. Humans are not designed to think their way out of things (strategies, depression, fear, ideas); we need []
December 3, 2019

BHAG — What is your Big, Hairy, Audacious Goal?

Why the most successful companies set ambitious, long-term goals and why yours should too… “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate []
November 14, 2019

Those who pulse faster, grow faster

And it only takes 15-minutes a day… In his book, Scaling Up, Verne Harnish covers four different types of meetings every organisation should regularly have to []
November 4, 2019

Did we have a productive day or week?

How to create KPIs that drive action for your company… If your company hasn’t developed Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) previously, or has KPIs but you’re not []
November 4, 2019

Ignite Your Team

How to build team accountability through leadership … Most people, leaders included, want to operate in an environment where individuals do what they say they are []
November 4, 2019

The key KPIs CEOs are watching

That set an organisation up for success… Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) rely on key performance indicators (KPIs) to gauge the health and vitality of their companies []
November 4, 2019

10 Rockefeller Habits – The Only Framework You Need to Scale Your Business NOW

In 2014, Essilor International purchased Canadian eyewear company Coastal.com for CAD$430 million, in what was the most significant investment in an e-commerce company in Canadian history. []
September 9, 2019

How Weekly Meetings Can Accelerate Your Firm’s Growth, Keep Everyone Motivated and Achieve Your #1 Priority

With thanks to the Gazelles Growth Institute for permission to republish this blog Not to sound like a broken record going on and on about “meetings”, []