• As a business leader, do you encourage your staff each day?

    25 May 2020 | 12:00 am

    Scripture instructs us to "encourage one another, day after day" (Hebrews 3:13 NASB). One of the most cost-effective, and least costly, employee motivation programs is consistent encouragement. Look for honest ways to encourage the work of each colleague every day.[…]

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Apr 07
2005

Donald Trump Sees Bankruptcy as a Plus for Him

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The gambling empire led by Donald Trump, Trump Hotels, and Casino Resorts, has been struggling for years under a mountain of debt and the pressure from stronger competitors.

Mar 31
2005

Focus Energy on Opportunities

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Business leaders can tend to get dragged down fighting fires and dealing with problems at the expense of having the time and energy to pursue opportunities. These opportunities come and go- if they're missed, they will keep a business from growing. King Solomon wrote, "The wise look ahead to see what is coming, but fools deceive themselves" (Proverbs 14:8, NLT). Problems focus our attention on the past, whereas opportunities focus our actions on the future. When we make problems our focus, we may fail to take advantage of opportunities.

Mar 10
2005

Keep Your Speech Top Flight in Business

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Martha, a young account manager for an electronics manufacturer, struggled to make sales until her manager took her aside and explained that her use of "hip" expressions caused her to lose credibility with customers. "We are selling high-tech products that cost $5,000 or more, and customers don't always understand the technology. When you sound like a teenager, it just doesn't work." Martha took the comments to heart, improved her communication skills, and increased her sales production.

Mar 09
2005

Managing Through a Crisis

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The devastation of hurricanes Katrina and Rita demonstrates the need for businesses large and small to understand how to weather a crisis situation without being sunk. Whether we are hit by a hurricane, lose our best customer, or incur a huge, unexpected liability, the principles of survival are the same.

Mar 04
2005

Plan For Tomorrow, But Take Action For Today

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Forward-thinking business leaders spend considerable time, energy, and financial resources determining which emerging trends and future developments will shape the business landscape. Looking to the future is both wise and necessary to keep a business on track and avoid disaster. As Jeremiah wrote regarding Jerusalem, "She did not consider her future, therefore she has fallen astonishingly" (Lamentations 1:9, NASB). However, the bigger questions for most businesses are how to assess, understand, and respond to changes that have already occurred in the marketplace, and how to take effective action.