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Business Team Important Questions

business team, extraordinary experiences Team-related development is important to entrepreneurial business growth. Yes? No? The line of thought used by many entrepreneurs: With growth comes the involvement of employees (contractors). We have to refer to them as something to bring them together – like a TEAM. If so … ask yourself this important question before developing your business team or teams: […]

Questions Coach Selection

coach selection

coach selection, extraordinary experiences 10 Questions to Ask During Coach Selection (Focus) Here are 10 questions to ask your coach during the selection interview. These questions are based on you having reviewed the potential coach’s credentials and experience, and linked to why you are looking for a coach: What coaching approach do you suggest for our relationship? What type […]

Workplace Mentoring Lessons Learned

workplace mentoring

workplace mentoring, extraordinary experiences 9 Lessons Learned from 25 Years of Workplace Mentoring (Appreciate) The pleasure of mentoring has filled my work and volunteer days over the years. Some arrangements have been long and involved, as others have been short and to the point. Each has been a wonderful experience for the mentee or me. In […]

Humor Workplace Humour

humor workplace

humor workplace humour, extraordinary experiences With your organization of work, “Are you looking – experiencing – the lighter side of work?”  That is, are you leveraging the four definitions of light? light is to illuminate – light the path light is to reduce burden – lighten the load light is to ground yourself – archaic use of light […]

Scenius Concept Practice

scenius concept

scenius concept, genius, extraordinary experiences Kevin Kelly on a fascinating concept called scenius. Scenius stands for the intelligence and the intuition of a whole cultural scene. It is the communal form of the concept of the genius … as defined by Brian Eno: Kelly lists four factors that are important in nuturing scenius concept: 1. Mutual appreciation […]

Extraordinary Experiences Defined

extraordinary experiences defined

extraordinary experiences defined, products, services Entrepreneurs are aware of their products and services – their content and formatting, their delivery and sometimes their evaluation of use. However, when asked about the delivery of experiences they are less clear. Sometimes, the tilt of the head, eyebrow raising, the puzzled look speaks volumes. And more so … when […]

Culture High Performance Workplace

culture high performance

culture high performance, extraordinary experiences Quick Response to an Article about High Performance Culture re: Destination Instead Suggesting Culture High Performance re: Journey Consider … Culture is about human interactions and the artefacts that result from those interactions. Culture is the white space of the organization chart in complementarity with the climate along the lines […]

Word Fun Customer Experiences

word fun

word fun, extraordinary experiences Let’s have some word fun … Look for the word “fun” in the wordle above. ~~((>> As you scanned this wordle looking for “fun” – did you notice words jumping out at you? It’s possible those words are non-consciously important to why and how you deliver customer experiences. To continue … Scan […]

Workplace Culture Awareness

workplace culture awareness

workplace culture awareness, start up, entrepreneur Question about Workplace Culture Awareness from an Entrepreneur in Start-Up Question: “If you check out startup blogs or entrepreneurship magazines recently you can see bunch of articles about company culture. I just started a company and I have so much on top of my head that I barely find […]

Adoption Success Hand Drawing Commentary

adoption success

Adoption Success, managing and leading, extraordinary experiences It’s Up for Dialogue:  Adoption Success: Managing and Leading Delivery of Extraordinary Experiences Overview: In business the way forward in delivery of extraordinary experiences with customers and employees involves Adoption Success. Or else, Fail Fast & Get Out. From an Adoption Success perspective: Scan this drawing … Sales = Left side […]

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