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Entries in Assets & Revenue (16)

Wednesday
Nov152017

Elderproofed: A Report from the Frontline

Is it possible your business is "elderproofed"? When you elderproof, you cut off deeper engagement with customers. You limit the purchase of your products or services. You annoy elder customers. And their family members. When that happens you lose trust and repute because your company sends the message that it does not care. And you miss out on revenue opportunities.

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Thursday
Oct052017

How to make your organization more attractive to your next CEO

Find out the four areas of your nonprofit organization to focus on to prepare for your next CEO and leave your legacy.

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Monday
Aug142017

Tricky business

Find out how it feels to be on the receiving end of business trickery.

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Monday
Aug072017

Any hidden gems lying around?

What assets do you have lying around that could be dusted off, polished up, and put to good use in a generative, productive way?

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Tuesday
Jul112017

What to Ask Before Saying "Yes" to that Nonprofit CEO Position

If you're considering a new position as a nonprofit executive director or CEO, you'll want to take off the rose-colored glasses before accepting that job and pay attention to six key areas. Formulate a good set of questions to ask the board and interim executive director so you accept a great new position where you're able to bring forth your own vision to take the organization to another level.

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