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Optimize Talent Management with 5 Coaching-Culture Tips

When managers become coaches, you get a higher-performing workforce. You will have replaced mediocrity with strong performance. Here’s how to develop a coaching culture.

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Best Practices for CFOs to Stay Current in Technology

Just as every professional knows, chief financial officers also find it increasingly challenging to stay up-to-date on technology. Up-to-date technology means CFOs can better do their jobs. CFOs have to make certain they stay current on regulatory compliance requirements, leveraging... [Read more...]

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Slow Summer Sales? 13 Ideas to Heat up Your Marketing

Summer is a fun time for most people. They’re so busy enjoying the outdoors, TV ratings drop an average of about 15 percent. Barbecues, baseball, boating and outdoor parties all make it hard to get their attention to make retail sales. So your marketing must be equal to the... [Read more...]

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9 Ways for NonProfit Boards to Perform Better

A significant number of nonprofit directors admit their boards are ineffective, according to a Stanford study which also makes nine recommendations for success. The study by the Stanford Graduate School of Business surveyed 924 nonprofit directors on board governance in 2015. Many... [Read more...]

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Supply Chain Management: 6 Tracking and Expediting Tips

With consumers expecting more merchandise at a faster rate, retailers and suppliers are increasingly under pressure. From supplier to manufacturer to retailer and logistics, there are keys to optimal supply-chain management. Best practices necessitate knowing the state of your... [Read more...]

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7 Tactics to Enjoy Your Job Managing Difficult Employees

With a difficult employee, you have two obvious problems – the impacts on your organization and the behavior of the individual. But you can learn to love your job as a manager of difficult employees. If it were so easy to manage difficult people, then everybody would be doing... [Read more...]

Planning

9 Ways for NonProfit Boards to Perform Better

A significant number of nonprofit directors admit their boards are ineffective, according to a Stanford study which also makes nine recommendations for success.


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Marketing / Sales

Slow Summer Sales? 13 Ideas to Heat up Your Marketing

Summertime barbecues, baseball, boating and outdoor parties all make it hard to get consumers’ attention to make retail sales. So your marketing must be equal to the task. Heat up your marketing to match the hot temperatures.


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Wall Street

Marketing Lessons from Poor-Performing Wealth Investment Firms

Registered investment advisor (RIA) firms might want more clients, but 95 percent are lacking in marketing and business development. Worse, 70 percent don’t even have a strategic plan to grow.


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Operations

Supply Chain Management: 6 Tracking and Expediting Tips

With consumers expecting more merchandise at a faster rate, retailers and suppliers are increasingly under pressure. From supplier to manufacturer to retailer and logistics, there are keys to optimal supply-chain management.


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Finance

Best Practices for CFOs to Stay Current in Technology

Just as every professional knows, CFOs also find it increasingly challenging to stay up-to-date on technology.
Up-to-date technology means CFOs can better do their jobs. Here’s how.


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Human Resources

Optimize Talent Management with 5 Coaching-Culture Tips

When managers become coaches, you get a higher-performing workforce. You will have replaced mediocrity with strong performance. Here’s how to develop a coaching culture.


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Tech

Best Practices for CFOs to Stay Current in Technology

Just as every professional knows, CFOs also find it increasingly challenging to stay up-to-date on technology.
Up-to-date technology means CFOs can better do their jobs. Here’s how.


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Public Policy

ObamaCare: High Court Upholds Subsidies…What Now?

So the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in King v. Burwell that it’s OK for ObamaCare to allow the federal government to subsidize health-insurance premiums. The high court’s decision defies logic for economic, legal and moral reasons.


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