Posts Tagged ‘resolutions’

6 Tips for Fostering Leadership in Your Organization

Leadership is one of the top issues facing accounting firms today. We often hear firms say they can’t find or don’t have good leaders in their organization. As most of us know, leaders don’t usually fall off trees. In any organization, fostering leadership takes time and intention. As a current leader, you have to be…

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Counter-Intuitive Must-Dos To Manage Time And Reduce Stress

Inhale deeply through your nose, hold for a few seconds, and exhale completely. Inhale deeply through your nose, hold for a few seconds, and exhale completely. Repeat a couple more times and then notice how much quieter your mind is and how much more relaxed your body is. This tried and true stress buster works!…

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What Will You Give Up in 2015?

When New Year’s Eve rolls around every year, I get energized about the new version of me that will emerge in the next year. Yes, I am one of those annoying people who do this. I am always open for a chance at a new beginning. I am just wired that way. I did the…

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Delivering Better Client Service through Lean Six Sigma

There are two common misconceptions some people have regarding process improvement initiatives. First, one school of thought believes you can’t be more efficient without negatively impacting quality. This couldn’t be further from the truth. I’ve written substantially about this in the past and it’s a core topic we discuss in all of our client organizations…

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During Change – Seek First to Understand

Boomer Consulting embarked on an adventure this year to move many of our technology platforms to cloud-based solutions that would work collaboratively together. It literally changed everything about how we work – from our processes to training on systems, and changing work habits for each of us. Let’s just say, it has been rough on…

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Flexibility- Not Just About Part Time Work Schedules

Flexibility??  …Been there done that?  Or that won’t work here…our customers and clients are too demanding?  Do these comments sound familiar?  Read on to learn how flexibility may not be what you think. Building flexibility into a work culture impacts so much more than your employee’s intention to stay and contribute their very best to the organization.  While…

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6 Tips for Managing the Under-Performer

You may have heard it before, or you may have actually uttered these words, “why did we wait so long to let an under-performing employee go?” In some firms today it may actually be called the under-performing epidemic or the under-performer drag, but no matter what words you are using to describe the problem, the results are…

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What Will You Keep, Stop and Start In 2014?

My mom asks me every New Year’s what my New Year’s Resolutions are.  I typically have a hard time setting them – even the old standbys. As I contemplate resolutions for the coming year, I’m reminded about a question that my partner, Jack Lee, asked in one of his blog series on goal-setting: “My question…

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