Leading a Consulting Company: Your Real Job

  Let’s talk about what your real job is when you’re leading a consulting company. There are many hats you need to wear in order to keep your business moving forward, but you certainly don’t have to wear all the hats within the company. There are tasks you should focus on in order to ensure…

The Invisible Systems That Run Your Consulting Business

  Let’s talk about the invisible systems that run your business. Every business is composed of systems to ensure things get done. These systems can be created consciously or unconsciously. The most dangerous systems are created unconsciously. Since you don’t know they exist, you don’t know if they help or hurt. In your own consulting…

Your Business Leadership

How do you define your business leadership? What are YOU going to do with your resources, skills, and experience? We hope that by attending an MBA program we will get a deeper understanding of business…and that is exactly what we get! The case studies, guest speakers, experienced professors, and insightful classmates make for an excellent…

Three Characteristics of Effective Client Leadership

What are the crucial characteristics of effective leadership? Your competitors and predecessors provide excellent examples to study and learn from, but just because you are in business does NOT mean you automatically have an answer to this question. What you will soon see, if you haven’t already, is that you have to answer this question…

Being Different Matters

What an amazing story. This is someone who not only understands, but loves his business. To you, it is just about soda. To him, it is a lifestyle! And because he is so passionate, he has created instant differentiation in his marketplace. No one else carries the brands he carries. His business represents niche sodas…

They Have A Choice

Those who follow you (clients or employees) have a a choice on WHO they follow and WHY. Give your followers the right reasons. Read below: For many, leadership is transactional. Someone gives instructions and someone else follows them. It’s a matter of cause and effect. Step 1 then step 2. Simple and done. However, YOU…