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Executive coaching is wonderful for a variety of reasons and is used to achieve a multitude of goals from meeting deadlines to retaining top talent. No matter how you slice

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Regardless of the size of a company, what really matters is obvious: the Bottom Line. Having said that, people are what support a company, drive its progress, and achieve its

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Succession Planning: the Last Will & Testament of a business. Due to the complexities involved in managing such details, succession plans vary greatly from company to company, and are best

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Culture Matters. If you’ve learned nothing else from me, please remember those two words. From the top down and the ground up, culture touches every single aspect of a company.

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Symbiosis: A relationship in which each is dependent upon the other. Leadership cannot exist without delegation, and vice versa. A leader who refuses to delegate is not leading—he or she

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Network, connect, meetup, hangout, show up. The urge to remain in touch is innate as humans, but the pressure has grown exponentially over the past decade. As technology connects us

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You may or may not be familiar with me—my name is Shelley Smith and I am a Culture Curator.  When companies realize they have a systemic issue that needs a

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I know what you’re thinking, but this is an article about productivity in the workplace. The title is inspired by a parable from the Bible, Matthew 13: 24-30: “While everyone