A Chameleon Consultant – Learning How to Be Who Your Customers Need

A “chameleon” consultant?  Yes! There are some great qualities we can observe and learn from these transformative creatures as it relates to growing effective leadership and influence in our own professions. But before we dive into all that, a quick science lesson. Chameleons change colors by rearranging a lattice of nanocrystals in one of the … Continue reading A Chameleon Consultant – Learning How to Be Who Your Customers Need

Digital Marketing Strategies That Help Build a Stronger Online Presence

With the advent of digitalization and technology, everyone stays online. The internet is a massive part of anyone's life. They use it for education, health, or even doing chores. In fact, in the research conducted by Data Reportal in 2022, 63% of the world's total population, or more than 5 billion people, have an internet … Continue reading Digital Marketing Strategies That Help Build a Stronger Online Presence

How Your Business Could Benefit from Outsourcing (Guest Contribution from Jennifer Hahn Masterson)

The following post comes to us from Jennifer Hahn Masterson, an experienced content strategist with a focus on business communication. Learn from Jennifer how to effectively use outsourcing to grow your business. One of the best ways to help your business progress throughout the stages of growth is outsourcing. The truth is that many of … Continue reading How Your Business Could Benefit from Outsourcing (Guest Contribution from Jennifer Hahn Masterson)

7 Things I Will Never Have as a Business Owner

The first Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy the wit and wisdom that’s been shared. Enjoy this month’s treasure – and if it inspires you – be sure to share it with family and friends! While there are many advantages … Continue reading 7 Things I Will Never Have as a Business Owner

How to Stay Focused When Conflict and Negativity Seep Into the Workplace

Meeting the daily demands of your career is challenging enough, let alone adding on conflict and negativity which creates a whole other hurdle to cross. This could be a conflict in a professional relationship or a personal one; both are equally distracting and painful to navigate. If you're like me, I don't like conflict. I … Continue reading How to Stay Focused When Conflict and Negativity Seep Into the Workplace

10 Tips for Starting a Beauty Business (Guest Contribution from Grant Polachek)

The following post comes to us from Grant Polachek of Squadhelp.com, the world's leading crowdsource naming platform. Keep reading to benefit from his expertise in helping clients start thriving beauty businesses. When most people think of beauty brands, they instantly think of gorgeous models with perfect faces styled with flawless makeup on Instagram. But beyond the … Continue reading 10 Tips for Starting a Beauty Business (Guest Contribution from Grant Polachek)

Balancing Work and Summer Schedules

If you’re a working parent of school-age children, summer can really throw a curveball into family schedules. Your work schedule and professional responsibilities haven’t changed, for the most part, but now you have kids’ schedules (or lack thereof) to merge into an already busy calendar. How does it all work? Can it work? We’ve now … Continue reading Balancing Work and Summer Schedules

How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

The first Monday of each month, I dust off a favorite post from the Bennis Inc Blog archives and give you another chance to enjoy the wit and wisdom that's been shared. Enjoy this month's treasure - and if it inspires you - be sure to share it with family and friends! For anyone who has worked … Continue reading How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

Knowing When to Say No to New Business

Our society has led us to believe that more is better. But really, the only true and consistent correlation is that more is more. What you choose to do with that "more" could result in benefits like business growth and extra income - but it could also bring stress, exhaustion, and frustration if the opportunity … Continue reading Knowing When to Say No to New Business

Out of Office – Part I

For over 11 years I have never missed a Monday. That's right - 582 blogs have been published even though major life transitions like getting married, adding two beautiful boys to our family, extreme busy seasons, seasons where writing inspiration waned, and from locations all over the world. I prioritized consistency, and in doing so, … Continue reading Out of Office – Part I