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Cure-ology
In the blog post “Leadership – Process Enhancement Overview” we explore the difference between quick fixes and more sustainable solutions.  Below are some questions that can help you identify some of these sustainable solutions.

What are we doing that used to work but doesn’t work any more? What are the critical steps to […]

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How do leaders build raving followers?
Regardless of the organization, there are limits to authority yet unlimited potential with influence.  It’s easy to see the difference.  With authority, a team member may comply with requests made by a superior. With influence, a team member will commit to the leader or his/her requests.

It is […]

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The Culturist

On January 1, 2011 By

Laurie Ledonne is the epitome of Resicom. She is adaptive, smart, creative, loyal, and principled. Her approach to building our company’s personnel is inspiring. She has a knack of recruiting talented people, seeing where they could flourish, then putting them in the position to succeed. Her skills have redefined normal for me.
I am […]

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Certain roles carry levels of authority – like a parent, manager, or president. This authority is one dimensional, and can be easily disregarded. Unlike power, authority is typically “given” and carries rules in a way that does not ensure buy-in.

Power or influence is earned. It is three dimensional, connecting the mind, body, and soul. […]

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Knowledge Bank

On August 3, 2010 By

It should be normal for the experience of any project to become knowledge the entire company can share. Imagine the efficiencies gained when a national company is able to learn from a project it completes in Los Angeles, and share that experience with a technician that will complete the same project in New York.

Building […]

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It should be normal for the experience of any project to become knowledge the entire company can share. Imagine the efficiencies gained when a national company is able to learn from a project it completes in Los Angeles, and share that experience with a technician that will complete the same project in New York.

Building […]

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It could be normal for someone to understand how performance is measured. School and sports are great examples of this. The opportunity to review the results and ponder adjustments help us align our efforts with our desired outcomes. Be bold in the pursuit of what normal could be.

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Finding Focus

On June 24, 2010 By

Guard your time like it is a valuable asset. People know when you quit listening. You cannot fake it. Good listening takes commitment. Be careful of how many people you commit to listen to. Otherwise your time will disappear and you will become ineffective. It could be normal to filter out the white noise and […]

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CASE STUDY

Proper vehicles maintenance is something people don’t always consider until something goes wrong or a strange rattle starts.  However, a business can’t afford the downtime from out-of service vehicles because maintenance was overlooked or delayed.  […]

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3 Squares a Day

On September 15, 2009 By

CASE STUDY

A client needed a painting rollout completed on 90 locations in 30 days. 

 

Scope

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