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Category: Organizational Strategies

Rick Lepsinger
Rick Lepsinger joins Jim Blasingame to reveal three more examples of how to affect change in your organization, including talking with your people, focusing on behavior, and establishing the “autopilot”.
Lauren Midgley
Lauren Midgley joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the power of delegating, including some of the best tips on how to make that happen.
Rich Allen
Rich Allen joins Jim Blasingame to compare running a business successfully to the role that each part of a bicycle plays in moving that vehicle down the road successfully.
Walter Kiechel III
Walter Kiechel III joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why important communications – letters, email, etc. – should be reviewed and edited by someone other than the sender.
Diana Nicklaus
Diana Nicklaus joins Jim Blasingame to make the case for allowing employees to set their own working schedule based on their productive periods, as well as any life/family/traffic issues.
Tonya Dalton
Tonya Dalton joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the different kinds of lists, why some work and some don’t, and how to get on the right list-making method.
Mary Cantando
Mary Cantando joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the steps to take in order to have your team prepared to take advantage of the new project, or growth step you’re planning.
Christian Marcolli
Christian Marcolli joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how dysfunction and poor performance create a boiling point in your organization that can take you down.
Wally Bock
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to report on one of his new favorite books, “Messy” which is about why your focus should be on the project, not the housekeeping
Ed Harrington
Ed Harrington joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why we might be our own worst stumbling block when it comes to taking your business to the next level.

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