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3 months ago

Five Ways to Serve Your Organization and Build Your Leadership Skills

Jim Taggart ·   · The process of building our personal leadership skills isn’t done overnight. That’s rather obvious. However, what may not always be clear is that leadership development within organizations is, at its core, a reciprocal process. The same applies to community service and leade ...

5 months ago

Post from Nancy Pearl

Nancy Pearl · Does your small company have XERO Accounting Software? · Using accounting software can support any organization that generates customer receipts, makes daily purchases, partners with external contr... · https://topblogservices0001.blogspot.com/2020/12/does-your-small-company-have ...

5 months ago

Post from Nancy Pearl

Nancy Pearl · For law firms, why are accounting services so important? - Info Blogs · For a law firm, accounting is no different. Law firms still require accounting services, just like other organizations. In order to monitor and evaluate business transactions, skilled accountants support. Acc ...

1 year ago

Build Your Organization’s Social Capital by Keeping Good Company

Jim Taggart · Society at large has been hijacked. · We’re consumed with the newest gadgets, whether it’s the thinnest most dazzling smart phone or tablet; the automobile that can find its way to a parking space by itself while you scurry in with your date to watch a concert; a flatscreen TV le ...

2 years ago

How to Unlock the Hidden Knowledge in Your Organization

Jim Taggart · Are you fed up watching talented co-workers walk out the door–regardless of reason–taking valuable knowledge with them? · No, we’re not talking theft of intellectual or physical property, but rather what’s called tacit knowledge, the stuff that resides between our two ears: the k ...

2 years ago

Leading from the Outside-In

Jim Taggart · The world’s pretty messed up. No great insight there. · Give up trying to predict what’s going to happen and instead build your ability to adapt. If you’re in a leadership position, whether a formal manager or someone who takes a lot of initiative to lead your coworkers, the last ...

2 years ago

How Leadership Impacts Organizational Performance

Justin Shimoon · Great leadership and leadership skills are not always something you are born with. Many times, to become a great leader you must be willing to learn and hone in on the skills that will make you the best you can be. Leadership profoundly impacts the performance of an organization ...

3 years ago

The Leadership VISION Thing

Jim Taggart · We hear a lot about how important it is to have a vision, whether for an organization or at the individual level. During my three decades with the federal government I was part of numerous vision and mission-building exercises. Similar to those done in the private sector the resu ...

3 years ago

Are You a Hub Spoke in Your Organization?

Jim Taggart · I remember when I was in my late twenties in the early eighties, completing my Masters in economics, replete with a two-year old, facing an ominous job market. I lucked out, bagging a term job with government which turned out to be in the end a 29 year gig. · Back in 1982, my co- ...

3 years ago

Is investing in social causes a good idea for pension funds?

Royce Shook · I recently read an article that complained about how public pension investment funds were underfunded and were also investing in underperforming stocks that were being used to fund social issues. Members wanted their funds to perform. According to the story, I read, “Ultimately, ...

4 years ago

Five Ways to Serve Your Organization and Build Your Leadership Skills

Jim Taggart · The process of building our personal leadership skills isn’t done overnight. That’s rather obvious. But what may not always be clear is that leadership development within organizations is, at its core, a reciprocal process. The same applies to community service and leadership dev ...

4 years ago

The Rise of Organizational Mediocrity

John Prpich · Throughout my career, I've made it a point to stand in the line of excellence, it was much shorter than the one next to me, mediocrity. · Over time I watched my line shrink and the other grow at an exponential rate. · The people standing in my line (I'm at the end of the back e ...

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