“Way to get a piece of it!” You’ve probably heard this phase if you’re a baseball mom like me. My teenage son has a passion for baseball, which began when he was really young. He’s played on many different teams, some more successful than others. But when I ask him which team has been his […]
I’ve had the opportunity to observe and coach new managers in a variety of functions. Whether it’s a new sales manager, operations manager, or technical manager, I seem to get the same question: I’m a new manager! Now what do I do? The interesting thing about this question is that many of these new managers […]
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Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing an article that we found interesting. We think you will too. Born and raised in the South, I’m allowed to say this…Southerners are notorious for saying one thing but meaning another, mostly to protect others’ feelings. We’re taught to be prim and […]
This is a question that many have asked and many books have been written on the subject. As 2011 comes to an end, I am pondering this question yet again. To get a better handle on it, I decided to look up the definitions of these two terms.
In this video blog, Accelerated Business Results President Amy Fox shares four simple ways that leaders can exhibit real, genuine leadership on a day-to-day basis.
In this video blog, Amy Evans shares three traits that are beneficial for leaders today: agility, the ability to permeate, and contentment.
Even with the persistent global economic downturn creating a drag on performance, managers and leaders can generate sustainable growth and profitability by unleashing potential and commitment from every employee.
There is a very elegant yet simple method for determining if you have the correct people on your team. This method can also be useful for a business leader in examining his or her own thinking in the current economic climate. Are you a Victor or a Victim?