Term: leadership
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4 Keys to a Great Company Culture

5/3/2018

By Simon Schaffer, CMO, Case Paper 

People make or break companies. We all sell quality folding cartons and paperboard, but it’s our people and cultures that make every one of us unique. Culture can be, and often is, the only true competitive advantage.

company culture
leadership
new generation leaders

This Year, Think Small

1/1/2018

Welcome to the New Year! Surely by now you’ve heard chatter about New Year’s resolutions. Maybe you made one for yourself. Will you lose 75 pounds in 2018? Will you sell a record number of folding cartons? If you’re envisioning a mountain of a goal, you may want to scale it down to, say, a molehill. It’s the small, manageable goals that actually bring us success. 

business management
goals
leadership
new year

There Are Managers, and Then There Are Leaders

12/1/2017

By Tiffany Koettel, Business Development Manager, Caraustar

Imagine your all-time favorite boss. Did she or he micromanage you or inspire you to grow? For me it’s the latter. I’m guessing it’s the same for you, too. That’s the difference between managers and leaders—and it’s a tangible one that has a real impact on organizations. 

business management
leadership
new generation leaders

If You Only Remember 3 Things from Fall Meeting

10/23/2017

We just got back from another fantastic Fall Meeting! While we had a lot of fun at the Omni resort in Scottsdale, we also addressed some of the most pressing issues affecting our businesses today. Between the speaker sessions, workshops, and committee meetings, we learned enough to keep our to-do lists full for quite some time. If you haven’t updated yours, here are three key areas to focus on.

 

fall meeting
leadership
management

Build a Culture of Accountability in 3 Simple Steps

8/28/2017

By Mike Scott, president & consultant, Mike Scott and Associates

Elephants don't bite. But mosquitoes? Now that's another story. It's those pesky little critters that bother you so much. In fact, it was the mosquito that almost prevented the Panama Canal from being built! In your business, it’s the little, preventable problems that eventually cause big problems.

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leadership
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