We recently attended the Agency Management Institute (AMI) Conference for Owners & Leaders in Chicago and were asked to lead roundtables on the subject of “Mentoring Your Team to be Leaders." About 18...
Align your talent development with your organization's future leadership needs. Next week Sue and I will be in Denver as the main sponsor of a national conference for 275 Exit Planning professionals from around...
This article written for Maine Biz discusses how to gain a competitive advantage from the new federal overtime rules .
Stephen Woessner, host of Onward Nation, recently interviewed Art Boulay. The interview is focused on “recipes for success” learned in life and business
Accurate hiring selection is essential to retain top performers. Employees who fit into the values and culture of the organization stay and are engaged.
Because a manager’s role is to guide and evaluate the employee, the manager’s day-to-day behavior can be a potential obstacle to retention of top talent.
Success is the enemy of change. Change agents, typically considered to be outsiders and upstarts, bring new ideas to the table which can take an industry back to zero. Those who were successful under the old rules do not even recognize the rules have been changed. Because they have no preconceptions of what a “watch” should look like, change agents have the advantage.