May 15, 2017Veteran organization-launcher Mark Kuehn outlines the ideal way to grow your professional and peer associations. Be it a large professional organization or more intimate peer group, enticing new members is tougher than winning Buddhist converts in Vatican City. And sustaining interest is harder than selling salary cuts to Congress. Few leaders build and maintain organizations nearly so capably my featured guest, attorney Mark Kuehn. Founder of the New Jersey Chapter of The Association for Corporate Growth as well as creator of several C-suite peer groups, Mark holds that special instinct for providing an organizational bond. How do you structure and increase membership?
Board Room Tales & Takeaways
May 8, 2017What does it take to direct a major, multi-national corporation? Board Directors are challenged with bringing sanity and profit to their company. They guide the founding CEO, prove compliance to government agents, plus discover drive mergers that bring smiles to…
Percussion’s Brightest Pioneer – The Amazing Lisa Pegher
May 2, 2017Some innovations are so powerful they require a separate business to present them. Host Bart Jackson’s guest, musician Lisa Pegher has shattered the old symphonic mold of drummers and percussionists languishing in the orchestra’s back row, like accompanying wallpaper. Noted…
News & Notes
Vision that engages only the imagination is fantasy. Vision that also engages the back and brain is called business.
Afterthought: The surest way to inspire people to place their shoulders, sweat, and effort behind your marvelous new plan is to make sure that a) it holds some reward for them personally, and b) make darn sure it really is achievable.