We Often Have a Choice!

Leadership

Customers are so impatient that it drives me crazy.

Customers are impatient. We need to do a better job of managing their expectations.

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Employees show no interest in business improvement. We are not getting anywhere.

Employees show no interest in business improvement. We must develop clear KPIs and communicate management’s expectations from them.

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Prospects are too busy firefighting operational issues and have no time or appetite for strategic initiatives.

Prospects are too busy firefighting operational issues. We must educate them on how strategic initiatives can help them save time and cost.

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We often have a choice. We can either complain and lose control over the problem or state the problem and take responsibility to fix it.

We often have a choice!

We often have a choice