The Hero Factor
If you want your employees, vendors and customers to trust in your business, develop these three traits and practice them daily.
You don't have to wear a suit of armor every day to inspire your workforce. Instead, show your weaknesses and you'll have more people's trust and loyalty.
Create 'Hero relationships' with your workers so you foster a team environment that helps fix mistakes and makes your business stronger.
It's time to truly evaluate your employees to determine if they're still (or ever have been) a good fit for your organization.
Learn how to see if you're putting words into action by taking these steps to evaluate your business values.
You may have business values, but do you have the courage of your convictions? Find out how to determine if you've got what it takes to back up your words with actions.
Get closer to achieving the 'Hero Factor' status you deserve by double-checking that your company is truly expressing your business values.
Does your business have values that back up all your actions? Find out if you know what they are and, if you don't, how to determine them.
Get the skinny on each level of the Hero Factor scale to help you determine where you are and how to get to the top.
Here's what you need to do to keep the essential people in your business -- employees, customers and vendors -- satisfied and wanting to work for you and with you.
Learn what Hero Intensity is and how it can provide the other half of the formula you need to attain Hero Factor status as a business leader.
Find out why having operational excellence will take you 50 percent of the way to having the Hero Factor as a business leader.