At some point, every business and every employee seems to fall in a rut or get stuck in neutral. Despite putting in the hours, you’re not seeing the same results.
For an organization, the problem typically isn’t bad luck, bad people or even a bad economy. It could be you.
“Before you can hope to change your company’s fortunes, you have to first change yourself,” says Suzanne Evans, author of The Way You Do Anything Is the Way You Do Everything: The Why of Why Your Business Isn’t Making More Money.
In just five years, Evans transformed herself from a dissatisfied secretary in a dead-end job to the owner of a business-coaching firm on the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing companies. Evans did this, she says, with three things: a willingness to recognize and own her mistakes, a desire to improve and unrelenting attention to every detail.
Here are her eight “tough love” truths for businesses, which can also be applied to your per...(register to read more)
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