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Theoretical and practical application information will be shared in an effort to produce actions for you to decide where you can improve your leadership skills.

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Four Heads are Better Than One!

Statistics suggest that 50% of new businesses fail within the first 2 years. There are many reasons why small businesses fail: Not understanding the ‘sequence’ to starting a new business Not having a fully developed business plan Not having a well-defined vision and mission Not having a good enough understanding of the competitive market Not realizing who one’s perfect customers are and howfrequently they purchase

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Guiding Principles

Guiding Principles. Learn how to become a better leader both professionally and personally. Theoretical and practical application information will be shared in an effort to produce actions for you to decide where you can improve your leadership skills.

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement. Learn how to become a better leader both professionally and personally. Theoretical and practical application information will be shared in an effort to produce actions for you to decide where you can improve your leadership skills.

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Vision Statement

Vision Statement. Learn how to become a better leader both professionally and personally. Theoretical and practical application information will be shared in an effort to produce actions for you to decide where you can improve your leadership skills.

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Do You Know What Your Customers Need?

Much of Michael Dell’s early success for Dell Computers stemmed from his vision that focused on knowing what his customers needed. The most successful organizations are those lead by customer-orientated leaders. Far too many people in leadership positions falsely believe they know what their customers, and potential future customers, need. Often one relies on prior experience that may provide a knowledge base that is no longer current, thus making

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