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Posts Tagged: Small business

  • The business benefit of career development programs

    The business benefit of career development programs

    CEOs in small to mid-size organizations often think formal career development programs belong to the culture of large, complex companies. But having an established career development program is important even for smaller businesses. When an organization has matured, career development programs are often put in place to create the next wave of leaders. This is

  • Implementing big-business leadership in a small business

    Implementing big-business leadership in a small business

    Running a successful business, no matter how big or small, starts and ends with effective leadership. This involves defining a clear destination; getting everyone focused on reaching that destination; informing, inspiring and engaging people to get there; measuring results; and adjusting as necessary along the way. These leadership principles apply to all types and sizes

  • Small business: The entrepreneur’s dilemma

    Small business: The entrepreneur’s dilemma

    Growing a small business is no small task. A recent Vistage publication concluded that 19% of Vistage member companies have less than $10 million in sales (the threshold used by the U.S. government to define “mid-market”). And according to this article in Harvard Business Review, only a tiny percentage of these will ever reach $100

  • Getting clarity of purpose for your business [video]

    “How many days do you feel like people showed up and weren’t in the same race as you?” — Holly Green When your employees are dealing with a challenging client, do they have the company’s end goals firmly in mind? Does each and every member of your team know what winning looks like in your business?

  • Demystifying the Small Business Administration

    Demystifying the Small Business Administration

    When confidence in the economy is on the rise, many CEOs and business owners start thinking about investing in and growing their business. The big question is how to access capital. One solution to include in your company’s small business growth strategies should be the Small Business Administration. But many rarely consider the SBA. A recent Vistage Research

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