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4 Deadly Sins of Development Planning

What if leaders elevated individual development planning to the same (or greater) level of importance as business planning? There are four deadly sins that, if addressed, can unleash potential and the power to move even the most ambitious business plans forward.
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George Russell

People & Profits: Small Daily Improvements Key to Long-Term Results

This headline is based on a sign posted at my gym that made me think about your business, and my challenge to “Make 2018 the Year of Human Capital Development.” I started to think about the small things that you can do with your people to develop them and your dealership. Doing small things that lead to big things is a useful perspective for you to create change with your employees and colleagues. It provides an approach for you to do every day in order to create big improvements.
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George Russell

People & Profits: Small Daily Improvements Key to Long-Term Results

This headline is based on a sign posted at my gym that made me think about your business, and my challenge to “Make 2018 the Year of Human Capital Development.” I started to think about the small things that you can do with your people to develop them and your dealership. Doing small things that lead to big things is a useful perspective for you to create change with your employees and colleagues. It provides an approach for you to do every day in order to create big improvements.
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People & Profits

People & Profits: Develop Your Best Talent

A basic axiom of team development is this: Most leaders spend too much time on their problem employees, and too little time on their best. As Stephen Covey, author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, pointed out years ago, developing talent is often critical to success, but since it is not urgent, it never happens. The key word here is time. Let’s discuss two aspects of this four-letter word: thinking time, and talking time.
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