By Linda DeLuca, Executive Coach – The value of your leadership team’s time is more precious than ever in this time-starved, highly competitive world. You may be tempted to forgo the off-site strategic planning exercise in favor of an in-house, self facilitated meeting to save money...

By Holli Salamone, Program Coordinator – We have all heard the familiar phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Unfortunately, many of us are guilty of doing this very thing, particularly when it concerns millennials. The millennial generation is soon to be the largest generation in...

By Dana Gillis, Executive Coach – For the past several Fearless blog posts, we’ve focused our sights on strategic planning. The exploration started with using the power of storytelling to make your plan more compelling. Next was a roadmap of the strategic planning process, followed by a...

By Diane Dempster, Executive Coach ― Although the majority of companies have a strategic plan, there are some common strategic planning mistakes they make that, when adjusted, can move the organization to a higher level of performance and success. Here are four common mistakes organizations make...

By Andrew Jennings, CCO – In our last blog post, we started to look at strategy and how to connect your organization with its strategic plan through the art of crafting a good story. Obviously, strategy and strategic planning is a complex and varied topic. There is no...