Monthly Archives: June 2009

The 10 Questions Every Change Agent Must Answer

Here’s a good one from the Harvard Business Publishing blog The 10 Questions Every Change Agent Must Answer, June 18, 2009 As leaders, we have no control over how fast markets grow or how wisely banks lend. But we do

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Mark Davis Plumbing meets Lance Armstrong

Mark and I were sitting at Summertymes Cafe in Grass Valley recently. It was just after Lance Armstrong won the Nevada City – Father’s Day – Bike Race. Here is his touch with fame. 2009-06-25-mark-d

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Diane DiLeo is a networking queen

My friend Diane Dileo, of Network Real Estate and of Early Riser’s Toastmasters knows intimately the value of networking. For her it is like taking breathing. I so enjoy her insight and advice. She gets it. Thanks Diane. Diane and

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Asking a question on Linked In is like a box of chocolates.

Regarding Employee Evaluations If you employ people, you know that  they are replying on you for feedback. You don’t want to let them down.  You want to be the best boss you know how to be. You day dream about

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talked to Mary Ann Davis of Citizen’s Bank http://highperformanceadvocates.com/section/podcasts

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talked to Mary Ann Davis of Citizen’s Bankhttp://highperformanceadvocates.com/section/podcasts

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Citizen’s Bank gets involved in movie competition

I ran into Citizen’s Banks lovely marketing officer, Mary Ann Davis, at Tofanelli’s in Grass Valley recently. She is working on a promoting a local movie competition of which you can get more information at www.nevadacityfilmfestival.com . You can also

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How are you going to run your business and survive all of this? Open the Books

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How are you going to run your business and survive all of this?

“A company performs best when its people see themselves as partners in the business.” -John Case For over 100 years an industrial model has been the norm in business. From factories to multinationals to public service to small business, this

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Here is a short video from a member of GV Taiko at the NC Relay for Life.

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