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  • Wait! I’m an entrepreneur, not a CEO!

    Wait! I’m an entrepreneur, not a CEO!

    In my practice as a Vistage chair, I’ll often hear an entrepreneur say, “I don’t want to lose the culture as I grow this company” or “We are like a family; I want to keep this feeling as we grow.” And yet as the company grows the culture inevitably changes and the owner no longer

  • 5 characteristics of an entrepreneur

    5 characteristics of an entrepreneur

    Entrepreneurs: born or made? Whether you’re a C-suite pro at a large company with hundreds of workers or you’re the founder of a startup that has only a few employees, you can benefit from thinking like an entrepreneur. While some believe that entrepreneurs are born rather than made, anyone can at least learn some of

  • Do I always have to negotiate?

    Do I always have to negotiate?

    Every now and then, I have a conversation with one of the leaders I work with who is frustrated with a lack of compliance and accountability in their company. The leader will say something like this: “I told them exactly what I wanted. I explained the reason we needed to do it that way and

  • Explaining the Wells Fargo scandal

    Explaining the Wells Fargo scandal

    Add Wells Fargo to a growing list of companies behaving badly: Earlier this month, federal regulators revealed that the banking behemoth had created more than 2 million bogus bank and credit card accounts, most without its customers’ consent. The incentive was largely financial, as Wells Fargo rewarded many of its employees — especially those in

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