For 2016, I’ve made what I think is a game-changing resolution, which will ultimately help me to be a better entrepreneur. This year, I will outsource every business function that is not a personal strength or core competency. The idea doesn’t necessarily appear profound, but consider the implications with me.
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How to adapt a mindset of intention to drive quantum growth.
Have I confused you? You’ve likely used some proven process or model to create your 2016 goals, you’ve organized them in a formatted document or on an online platform, and now another leader is suggesting that you trash them.
Well, that’s not entirely true. I’m merely suggesting you repurpose them in a supporting role.
Vibrant company culture, a strong executive team and solid core values help to ensure sustainable business growth. But Marissa Levin, CEO of Successful Culture and EO Baltimore member, argues that a vital component to any organization’s success is an Advisory Board. Not to be confused with a Board of Directors, this group can help you realize breakthrough growth, if formed correctly.
By Marissa Levin, an EO Baltimore member and CEO of Information Experts
I was interviewed for an upcoming leadership book last week, and I was also interviewed by Entrepreneur Magazine this week about leadership & organizational culture. Over the last 20 years as an entrepreneur who has led and coached hundreds of other leaders, and has had the privilege to learn from some extraordinary leaders, I’ve identified the four most important skills great leaders must cultivate.
by Marissa Levin, an EO Chesapeake Bay member and CEO of Information Experts
Visit any business website, and you will likely see a scrolling list of the awards the company has won. Awards for leadership, philanthropy, marketing, design, organizational culture, industry position…there is literally an award for every size company, in every industry. Most awards programs create categories according to revenue size so that every organization has a chance to be honored.