Tackle Adversity Through Lessons Learned

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   No one signs up for adversity. No one signs up for having to deal with a global pandemic. No one knows for sure how long and to what degree business, and life, will be effected. And these conditions no doubt are unpredictable at best. But you know […]

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Three Key Steps to Stop the Leaks and Improve Your Financial Results

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   When I recently wrote about having a good dashboard, I mentioned that one of the common denominators we see with leading companies is that they have good information — meaningful, relevant, and timely. Well, what if you receive that information and you aren’t pleased with the results? […]

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Validate Your Spot on the Team

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   Over the weekend I was reading about the professional ice hockey teams that were evaluating, and either trading or re-signing of a few of my favorite players. The articles by the sportswriters were focused on the player’s stats, their leadership traits, and how well they fit within […]

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Why You Should Manage Your Accounts and Sales Efforts Like a Business

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions.   How’s your business? What are some of the key indicators you look at to gauge whether you’re on the right track or not? This subject came up when I was thinking of a cousin of mine that operates a small restaurant. It’s a small-town local eatery, the […]

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5 Critical Components of Your Dashboard

This blog originally published in Printing Impressions   When we look at leading companies, one of the common denominators is having good information — meaningful, relevant, and timely information. Running a business that’s involved in delivering custom manufactured products in a limited timeframe leaves little room for error, and having the right information available is […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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