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Performance Evaluation Design

23 November, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
A best-in-industry performance/employee evaluation begins and ends with a compelling governance-leadership commitment that human capital is an organization’s most important asset—the big differentiator, especially in the service industry.  Without this, the program is just more expense that will fail to deliver value. The other elements of the evaluation plan—the muscular structure—should include: Thoughtful Read more»

Lloyd Self’s Five Rules for Business

30 December, 2011 Posted by John G. Self
This week I spent some time reviewing my blog archive. I ran across the following blog entry that I wrote a year ago about my father's values in business. It seems particularly relevant for 2012 and so I want to share it with you again. Click the hardline to read Lloyd Self's rules. Read more»

Putting It All On The Line

30 September, 2010 Posted by John G. Self
In life, in love and in wok we are exceptionally adept at NOT putting it all on the line.  When you are unwilling or afraid to go all in, things will rarely change for the better.  This is the reasoning of marketing guru and blogger Seth Godin. I think he is right on the money. […] Read more»