The Art of Leadership – Making Decisions

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   There has got to be a study of how many decisions leaders have to make on an average day. Any guesses? They range from simple yes or no decisions to those that affect capital expenditures and the livelihood of your staff. It is clear that none of […]


The Importance of Integrating Cultures During an Acquisition

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   The good news is that the acquisition closed and the puzzle pieces are starting to come together. The clients were all contacted and the vibe was that they are all in and excited about the two companies joining forces. So, the hard part is over right? Well, the […]


3 Keys for Your Go-To-Market Playbook

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   Having a plan is important, right? We all need a plan. The difference between having a client-facing, go-to-market plan that identifies and delivers the meaningful and relevant things that make a difference to your prospects and clients and not having one can be the difference between sustained growth […]


Inspiring Leadership and Employee Engagement Get the Most Out of Your Team

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   Many of the leaders I’ve known had a way of wearing their emotions on their sleeves. When things were good, you knew it. And when things were bad, well, you knew it for sure. Some might call that having a passion for the business. You might also say […]


Tether, Fasten and Link Your Communication Efforts

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   Tether, fasten, and link virtually mean the same thing — connect. So, what point am I trying to make? Getting connected to your customers, getting your services and technology connected, and getting your team connected have never been more important than it is today. Things move fast, clients […]


Your Leadership Team – Reaching Your Profit Potential

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   What does your leadership team look like? It should include your key managers and company leaders, those who play a significant role in making your clients happy doing business with you, attract the best people, produce great work and — a byproduct of those efforts — help you to […]

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