Name two things that you do at home that have to be done “just so”. Now say, ”why?”
Perhaps the lawn has to be mowed this way because it “looks better,” OR maybe the dishwasher has to be loaded “just so” because you can get more in it.
Most businesses start well, people are optimistic, everything is fresh and new, but left unchecked things can begin to slowly and subtly unravel and decay. Have you found yourself in this situation before?Details
Do you find yourself repeatedly insisting that other people in your workplace need to” be accountable” and start pulling their own weight? Perhaps it’s time to pause for a moment and stop looking outwards?Details
Perhaps you are sick and tired of management and you are thinking of branching out and starting your own business. There are a couple of things you should be aware of when it comes to starting your own business.Details
This past week I’ve had the pleasure of working on the island of Guam, as I’ve come alongside a wonderful healthcare organization called “TakeCare”. I am again reminded of the inherent value that high levels of personal accountability play within any organization, no matter where it is found on planet earth.Details