Category Archives: Business and Culture

Listening Is A Lost Art

An insightful post that really struck a chord for me. It is short and concise but makes a powerful point. Click image to reach article. Related articles Leadership Thought #421 – Listening Is A Lost Art (edrobinson.wordpress.com) The Lost Art

Listening Is A Lost Art

An insightful post that really struck a chord for me. It is short and concise but makes a powerful point. Click image to reach article. Related articles Leadership Thought #421 – Listening Is A Lost Art (edrobinson.wordpress.com) The Lost Art

Do Small and Medium Sized Businesses Lack Long-Term Vision?

Came across a report today that many business owners in the UK are driven by short-term priorities like selling the company to make money and do not pay enough attention to longer-term strategic goals, according to research by the Economist Intelligence

Do Small and Medium Sized Businesses Lack Long-Term Vision?

Came across a report today that many business owners in the UK are driven by short-term priorities like selling the company to make money and do not pay enough attention to longer-term strategic goals, according to research by the Economist Intelligence

A Look At U.S. Family Owned Businesses – Is Transition An Issue?

The greatest part of America’s wealth lies with family owned businesses (FOB’s). Family firms comprise 80 to 90% of all business enterprises in North America. Family businesses are thriving but succession risks are higher than ever with more FOB’s finding leadership

A Look At U.S. Family Owned Businesses – Is Transition An Issue?

The greatest part of America’s wealth lies with family owned businesses (FOB’s). Family firms comprise 80 to 90% of all business enterprises in North America. Family businesses are thriving but succession risks are higher than ever with more FOB’s finding leadership

Every Business Deserves A Good, Effective Board Of Directors

Many companies – particularly early-stage ones – either don’t have a Board of Directors or they are seen as little more than a legal necessity. But it can be so much more and especially as the business starts to scale

Every Business Deserves A Good, Effective Board Of Directors

Many companies – particularly early-stage ones – either don’t have a Board of Directors or they are seen as little more than a legal necessity. But it can be so much more and especially as the business starts to scale

6 of My Best Posts

Happy Holidays! Here are 6 of my most popular posts since I started this blog back in late September. And the surprise No. 1 is … I Drink Champagne When… 🙂 Why Do Only 25% of Saleable Companies Exit? Why

6 of My Best Posts

Happy Holidays! Here are 6 of my most popular posts since I started this blog back in late September. And the surprise No. 1 is … I Drink Champagne When… 🙂 Why Do Only 25% of Saleable Companies Exit? Why

T. Boone Pickens: The Leadership Plan – 10 Big Rules

“Take a few minutes and watch this video.  I think you’ll get as much out of it by watching my speech as I got from delivering it”  —  T. Boone Pickens   click here to watch => The Leadership Plan by

T. Boone Pickens: The Leadership Plan – 10 Big Rules

“Take a few minutes and watch this video.  I think you’ll get as much out of it by watching my speech as I got from delivering it”  —  T. Boone Pickens   click here to watch => The Leadership Plan by

How Can The Traditional CEO Peer Learning Group Model Survive in Today’s World?

Many CEO’s and Business owners are familiar with the idea of a confidential peer-group forum. The merits of these traditional collaborative and learning groups are undeniable. More and more, business owners are recognizing the benefits of shared learning and accountability

How Can The Traditional CEO Peer Learning Group Model Survive in Today’s World?

Many CEO’s and Business owners are familiar with the idea of a confidential peer-group forum. The merits of these traditional collaborative and learning groups are undeniable. More and more, business owners are recognizing the benefits of shared learning and accountability