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APRIL 23, 2019

What's on your Electrician's Cart?

It’s fascinating that many organizations identify people as their significant competitive advantage. For example, customer-facing employees at Consolidated Electrical Distribution (CED) were able to substantially impact the work of their electrician customers by simply creating an 'electrician's cart.'

APRIL 10, 2019

Connecting Talent from First-Level to C-Suite

Dr. Keith Halperin says eighty-three percent of executives report that they do not have the right talent and capabilities to build upon their strategy.

MARCH 21, 2019

What Do Sales Managers Manage?

Dr. Scott Downey says there is a well-studied chain of events in business that shows the relationship between employee activities and company profits called the Service-Profit chain.

DECEMBER 7, 2018

Former CEO talks investing to grow

Craig Newman, recently retired CEO of AgReliant Genetics talks about why it's important to invest in professional growth.

SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

Choosing to be a Leader

There’s more to being a leader than setting a good example or making important decisions. Guidance from leaders is vital to the success of teams, and without guidance, teams can easily fall apart. So how do you become the best leader? The answer is simple — it’s a choice. A...

JUNE 28, 2018

Resilience through change

Agriculture and food are dynamic and ever-changing industries. That means businesses and the people who run them have to possess a level of resilience in order to be successful long-term. Employees must to be able to adapt and grow in spite of the challenges that change often brings.

APRIL 25, 2018

Sales and marketing’s role in liquidity

For better or worse, marketing and sales efforts affect not only the profitability of a firm but also the firm’s liquidity, or its ability to meet short-term financial obligations.

MARCH 1, 2018

Building your sales force

In the past, we took the characteristics that made salespeople (or ourselves) successful over the last 20 years and looked for those traits in potential hires. What do we do when the world is more complex?