Glenn Llopis is the Chairman of the
Glenn Llopis Group – a nationally recognized thought-leadership, human capital, and business strategy consulting firm. As a speaker, consultant, and executive coach to Fortune 500 companies and beyond, Glenn guides leaders and organizations to embrace a new type of thinking that helps them evolve and stay ahead of the rapid changes in the workplace and marketplace to drive growth. He is the best-selling author of the book and contributing writer to Forbes, Huffington Post, and Harvard Business Review. He has been recognized as a top 20 influential writer at Forbes and a top 100 leadership speaker and business thinker by Earning Serendipity Inc. magazine. His new book (Entrepreneur Press) will release February 2017. The Innovation Mentality
Use what you stand for as a person to become a stronger leader for your small business employees.
Problem solving is the essence of what leaders exist to do. We must see well beyond the obvious and approach problems through a lens of opportunity.
Learning to be a business innovator isn't hard – if you keep a few simple rules in mind.
Make More Happen
Leaders who understand their personal brand can answer these four questions about their brand's value proposition – in just a few words.
Starting a Business
Embrace the entrepreneurial spirit by following these six steps and start converting ideas into entrepreneurial reality either inside the company you work for or on your own.
Before you take your passions and pursuits to the next level make sure you avoid these six pitfalls.
During times of uncertainty and adversity you must avoid making your people feel unsafe and insecure. Here are seven ways to maintain leadership composure during the most pressure-packed moments.
If you don't understand the principles of your business you may find yourself repeating the same mistakes over and over again.
Entrepreneurs who fail to understand the importance of exploring new opportunities do so at the risk of losing growth momentum.
A successful entrepreneur recognizes and acts upon the bigger impact and influence one can have in their community.
Today's leaders must be accountable to touch the business just as much as they lead it in order to establish or reestablish trust.
Leaders must establish trust and avoid disrupting their employee's focus and the momentum of their careers.
Managers must operate their teams as mosaics in which their unique strengths and differences convert into a powerful united force.
Leaders are only as successful as their teams and the great ones know that with the right team dynamics goals and priorities are met.
Follow these tips to help build your path and develop the next phase of your career as a leader.
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