Tag Archives: accountability

Can your 2-year-old teach you about workplace accountability?

Thought Leadership on Leadership Training presented by MKS&H. When we were children, our parents used many schemes to get us to do what they wanted us to do. Remember the old adage, “This is going to hurt me more than it hurts you?” I’m not referring to physical punishment, but more the battle of wills. If you’ve ever disciplined a two-year-old, ...

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Melania Trump and her speechwriter: What to do when trusted employees make big mistakes?

Melania Trump

When it became clear that parts of Melania Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention were almost identical to a 2008 Michelle Obama speech, the Trump campaign faced a barrage of media criticism. On July 20, long-time Trump Organization employee Meredith McIver issued a statement taking the blame. All of which raises the question: When a usually solid employee takes a major stumble, what should you do?

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Are your employees engaged? Here’s how to make sure

Larry Alton

As the head of your business, you’ve worked hard to get where you are. It required a lot of skill, dedication, perseverance, and passion for the company. Most importantly, you’ve been consistently engaged with your company mission. But sometimes company engagement doesn’t come as naturally for your employees.

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Three keys to measuring your branding efforts for maximum results, accountability and stakeholder buy-in

Looking at a chart

Thought Leadership on Branding and PR presented by The Borenstein Group.  When was the last time you’ve found yourself proclaiming, “I LOVE the ROI were getting on our marketing. This really helped us GROW this fiscal year!” If you’re being honest with yourself, chances are the answer is slim to none. The majority of us never experienced joy when it comes to explaining marketing and ...

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