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Peace of Mind for Peak Performance” (Part I)

Are You Focused on Making a Difference, with Sustainable Competitive Advantage? < If focused on making a difference with competitive advantage, you already focus, one way or another, on developing you and your team’s PEAK PERFORMANCE. < Am I right or wrong?  < < < For your PEAK PERFORMANCE, you would be wise to also […]

Peak – Peace – Performance. (Post 1)

< < is re-branding! < < < “Peace of Mind for Peak Performance” < amidst < “Differences as Opportunities” < and < “Bridges to Business Culture Advantages” < (Part I). < I (Norman) have recently come to recognize the “silver thread,” < well, actually, more like the “silver–copper–gold–fiber-optic braid,” – that best defines what I […]

Ownership + Engagement = Organizational Alchemy

“Thinking like an owner” is structural as well as attitudinal/behavioral.   The vast majority of private entrepreneurial companies in North America and elsewhere are closely held.  This means that only those people who actually gathered their resources for the specific purpose of founding the company, often putting all they had on the line — or those […]

True & Lasting Success Today Requires Individual AND Group Performance. Ideas and Resources for Action (Part 2 of 2)

 Today it is widely understood that EVERY business possesses a company “culture.”   < That culture is passed on to new employees. < It is a by-product of all actions by leadership and all other participants in the business, resulting in “the way we do things around here.” < It includes everything attended to (and […]

Business Leaders: How will you keep up amidst accelerating and ever-increasing competition?

Businesses face accelerating and ever-increasing competition today.   < Driving this increased competition are four key factors: < increasingly more effective technologies; more effective technological processes; more effectively engaged people; and the ability to more effectively respond to continuously evolving consumer expectations. This is not rocket science. < This is simply a function of successful […]