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Author Archives: Marty Rogoff

Is that dusty folder your Strategic Plan?

Too many Strategic Plans sit, dustily, on your bookshelf. What a waste. Whoever helps you write the plan needs to stick around for at least the beginning of the implementation.

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Succession is not just for the C-Suite

During this “Mass Resignation,” when employees are leaving their jobs in record numbers, who is taking over when it’s the manager who leaves?

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A Labor Market Correction?

It’s just too easy and lazy to say “people don’t want to work”, or “they’re sitting home getting paid.”

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Or, I could just trust the employees to do their jobs

Mutual trust in the manager-employee relationship is critical to productivity, and one of the keys to employee engagement. This issue could not be more salient right now.   “How to […]

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Lessons from the Battlefield

Last week I walked “In the Footsteps of Leaders,” the leadership course run at (and on!) the Battlefield by the Gettysburg Foundation. It was probably the best program of its sort in which I ever participated.

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