Tuesday Morning Focal Point
Month: Month: February 2016

Tuesday Morning Focal Point – Tuesday February 23, 2016 – Authority versus Leadership

February 23,2016
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In recent weeks I have been in on a couple of email strings where I have observed something very interesting about the lead executive in an organization. In both cases, the initial emails were directed towards this lead executive in a not for profit society – the same leader in the same organization both times.  […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – February 16, 2016 – Can Control What you DO Understand!

February 16,2016
Two weekends ago over “Family Day Weekend” I had a conversation with a relative about the importance of budgeting with respect to personal finances. I had assisted this same relative almost 20 years ago, with setting up a personal budget.  At the time, he was about 17 years old and was in high school and […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – February 9, 2016 – Cannot Control What you Don’t Understand Part 2

February 9,2016
This continues last week’s topic of not being able to control what we don’t understand. I continue to use the business of “life and living” as an example, with home ownership and property taxation as the more specific tangible example. My thesis remains the same, and that is the fact that many homeowners don’t get it […]
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Tuesday Morning Focal Point – February 2, 2016 – Cannot Control What You Don’t Understand!

February 2,2016
My clients often hear me talk about the fact that they cannot control what they don’t understand. Of course when I say that I am usually talking about the importance of understanding their business and having data and metrics that help them understand various aspects of their business.  At this time of year, another topic […]
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