Good management is the back bone of any successful, profitable business. After all, the manager (possibly you) has the responsibility for making sure everyone performs and the organization runs smoothly. Fact is most companies that are not profitable get this way because of poor management practices.
Have you ever signed up for a networking event with the anticipation of making new business contacts? You pack extra business cards and head off after a long day at work. You circulate through the room exchanging cards and making notes. In the next week, you make some follow-up calls. And guess what? You fail to make even one solid connection!
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Steve provides leadership, management and marketing coaching to business owners, executives and entrepreneurs worldwide. Considered the Catalyst for Change by the California Business Journal, Steve has coached over 400 business professionals to date.