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The Importance of Being Top of Mind

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Last week, I led my Ontario ProVisors group meeting.  It is a top notch group of trusted advisors that I’m thrilled to lead – not only is it a great group of people (professional, smart and funny) but they also provide my clients with “just what they need when they need it”.  It is surprising (and exciting) how often a client will ask for a specific (oftentimes obscure) resource or question, and I can help him/her because I know the best person to answer his question or fill his need.  If you have a need, please feel free to contact…
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Do You See Your People as Assets or Expenses?

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Ponder this question: How do you see your people? Assets or expenses? We all might like to jump to the answer of assets but is it true? A few questions to consider include: if sales are down for the quarter, do you think about investing in people to grow the business or cutting back on people to keep margins steady?
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APICS 2014: New Orleans State of Mind

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I arrived in New Orleans to speak at APICS 2014 on empowering and engaging employees, and so I’m in the New Orleans state of mind. Certainly, as my bio confirms, one of my favorite spots anywhere is Cafe du Monde. Where else do you have so little selection yet it is jam packed almost anytime of the day? I consider it a “must”! They have created an iconic brand that no traveler can do without. After beignets at Cafe du Monde, we walked by a parade with great music – at first we thought it was a funeral as they…
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