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Leadership and Fundamentals

The last few days it’s been ever more clear to me how the need for leadership and fundamental execution of projects is so sorely needed in most organizations. When I say leadership, I mean taking charge of organization and meetings and getting everyone on the same page moving in one direction.  Or even getting the […]

Paying for Leadership

When you look at salaries of many professionals, especially people at the top rungs of the organizational ladders, it can be eye opening and somewhat hard to swallow.  Especially for folks in the lower or middle of the pack when it comes to income.  Growing up, the idea that someone could be paid millions of […]

Internal Competition: How Much Is Too Much?

As a continuation on the “Being the Best” post from a few days ago, I’d like to look briefly at internal competition.  Internal competition is healthy to a certain extent as it can bring out the best in people who like competition or that want to perform given their surroundings, but it’s important to remember […]

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