Vice President of Operations, Stash Tea Co.
Patrick Proctor is vice president of operations at Stash Tea Co. in Portland, Ore., and is an experienced organizational development, HR and strategic business planning leader. He writes about workplace issues.
These seven points will help you forge ahead with confidence and want to work with you again.
As departing CEO, you will leave a legacy -- but will it be the one you desire?
Stay focused on your top performers, keep observant of those who aren't, and you'll be stronger for it over the long haul
When customers see a business leader taking seriously the act of giving back, this is good for the company's mission, brand and workplace culture.
Do advance planning and you'll be able to bring structure, organization and calm if a disaster strikes your firm.
For an organization to enjoy long-term, sustained growth, all three elements need to work in harmony.
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Yes, you can mentor and coach Generation Y employees to assume leadership roles.
Instead of guessing your way through your relationships with customers, have a better understanding of what they want and expect.
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