Tag Archives: productivity

Seth Godin’s Latest Blog

A broken clock is worse than no clock at all. Seth Godin says in a few words what most of us have trouble stating in a few paragraphs. If your company uses a scorecard or measurement system that isn't transparent … Continue reading

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Peter Drucker’s Advice: Don’t Solve Problems – Pursue Opportunities

How do you spend your day? Professor, writer, and business consultant Peter Drucker, spent over 60 years advising some of the world's leading executives. Drucker identified eight practices of effective executives. One of them was: “They were focused on opportunities … Continue reading

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Determining Your Training Needs

Training Needs Analysis – A First Step If you think you might need a training program for your sales force, the first step is to conduct a needs analysis. A thorough needs analysis will take some time and effort, but … Continue reading

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Your Training Problem

Do you think that you have a training problem? I don't think so. If you went to the hospital with a broken arm and they put a cast on your arm would you say that you have a cast problem? … Continue reading

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3 myths about training

3 common myths about training are revealed. Continue reading

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How productive are you?

Seth Godin is a favorite of mine. Here is an excellent blog of his. Please click on the link below for the text that accompanies this graphic. How much time do you spend actually performing your job vs. doing other … Continue reading

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