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The Path Forward Recording – Virtual Conversation – April 1

2020-04-03T16:45:51-05:00By |Categories: Leading Your Business Through the Unknown, Succession Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

As a caring leader your people are looking to you for encouragement, optimism and strategies for the path forward. Listen to the discussion and hear what our  panel of  Legal, HR/people, Tax, Strategy and Leaderships experts had to say about the CARE Act, SBA Loans, Paycheck Protection Program and strategies for leading during times of stress and [...]

Thriving in the Unknown

2020-03-24T13:08:35-05:00By |Categories: Leading Your Business Through the Unknown, Succession Blog|Tags: , |

With all that is going on today, the election and COVID-19 virus wreaking havoc on the Stock Market, travel plans and consumer behavior, we are being asked by many - "How do you plan for the unknown." "How can I ensure my employees and business are protected and can weather the storm." Dan [...]

As Seen in Automotive Buy Sell Report – Moving beyond “Good Enough” business performance

2020-03-04T14:11:35-06:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: , , |

If you want to boost your business performance, separate yourself from the competition, and enrich your life in just about every way, how do you do it? Here are some steps that others have found useful in moving away from “good enough” to “exceptional experience.” Give people specific goals. Make your beliefs and values [...]

Building a High Performance Company – How Long Does it Take?

2019-11-19T07:45:34-06:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: , , |

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is “How long do you think it will take?” Usually, the question is in reference to implementing some recommendations we’ve made about how to positively impact performance. Unless the company is in a survival crisis, our experience indicates that building a high performance culture usually [...]

As Seen in Multi-Unit Franchisee Report – 4 Ways to Avoid Losing Key Talent

2019-12-23T12:05:39-06:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: , , , |

Turnover in an organization brings a high cost to the company, which unfortunately, much of that cost can be avoided. Findings from the Saratoga Institute, a group that regularly reviews and updates the financial and organizational costs of turnover, estimate the financial costs range between 12-40% of pre-tax income. This translates to anywhere from [...]

As Seen in Digital Dealer – Could Your Culture Use a Little MAGIC?

2019-10-16T10:19:39-05:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: |

A couple of generations ago, a group called The Lovin’ Spoonful had a hit record called “Do you believe in magic?” If you are a fan of the “oldies,’ you may have heard it. Magic is fascinating and I see quite a connection between magic and business. If you treat MAGIC as an acronym, you’ll [...]

As Seen in Automotive Buy Sell Report – Three Steps to Making Business Planning Fun for a Dealer

2018-01-03T15:00:53-06:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: , , , |

Some things in life are actually fun to plan, such as weddings, vacations, and special celebratory events. The planning that goes into the event usually leads to a happy outcome, regardless of how long the planning takes and even if there are bumps along the way. Business Planning, on the other hand, can get a [...]

As Seen in Digital Dealer – Increasing Leadership Effectiveness: It’s Simple (But Not Necessarily Easy)!

2019-10-16T10:26:10-05:00By |Categories: Succession Blog|Tags: , , |

Think of the most effective leader you’ve known or read about? What characteristics made that person come to mind? Pick up any magazine, journal, or periodical and you’ll probably find one or more articles that talk about desirable leadership best practices and/or about becoming a better and more effective leader. Most of those articles make [...]