The Operator’s Blog As the end of the year draws closer, I‘ve had a number of discussions with clients, and fellow executives and entrepreneurs about year-end performance bonuses. The conversations, for the most part, revolved around the formulas used to calculate the amount, or the benchmarks used to determine the actual performance achieved. Having been […]
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Category: Operational Leadership
Talking to High School students about Leadership. That was my challenge last week as the Keynote Speaker for a Florida Association of Student Councils rally. I thought it would be important to keep the message short and focus on only a couple of important things. This 30 minute video of the talk by my friend […]
What’s more important, the pursuit of Profit or the pursuit of Growth? Well, I have some definite opinions I share with the MBA students at the University of Tampa. This is a copy of a presentation I am giving this week.
It seems like everywhere I turn these days someone is talking about using one assessment tool or another, from the old stand-by, Meyrs Briggs, to some very sophisticated profiling programs. Even though it may be new to some, in the work I do for Ideasphere, I have been using many of the same tools for […]