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Goals and values are meaningless if they are just words on a business plan. Leaders must be tireless in reaching out to employees, customers and other stakeholders with visits, emails and all forms of communication. This communication must be two-way for both good and bad news. Former GE CEO Jack Welch was a very effective communicator and listener. Each quarter, he traveled around the world visiting GE facilities and customers. Often, he would stand on a table in a conference room and address employees. He focused on three key messages: reiterating the company's goals and values; explaining the role of the specific location he was visting; and emphasizing that any question was fair game. Employees and managers alike left those sessions fired up and with a better understanding of their roles within the GE organization. … [Read more...] about Developing a Winning Organization – Translating Goals and Values into Actions.
But, going back to the consulting, say the British Government will be consulting with the nations and regions of Britain because we had two of the nations of Britain voted to remain. So, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain as well as important cities like London and Central Manchester and others as well. So, they will be consulting with them. They will also be consulting with the different companies and sectors of the British economy so the City of London, we’ve talked about with passporting. But, there’s other very important sectors that have, that rely full access to the European Union single markets. So, the automobile sector which has been incredibly successful over the last 15 to 20 years, a massive turnaround in their fortunes. Huge amount of exports of high value cars and automobiles to the European Union. They want to make sure that they do not face tariff barriers or lots of paperwork. And, you know, … [Read more...] about Brexit’s Potential Impact on Corporate Passporting and the Banking Industry – Part 7 [VIDEO]
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This year’s event, themed “Honoring Vietnamese Flavor – Journey to the Old Pho,” will feature a gallery presenting a brief look at the dish’s 100-year history, its spread throughout Vietnam and the world, and its modern variations, according to Do Van Dung, deputy editor-in-chief of Tuoi Tre. … [Read more...] about Lifestyle ‘Day of Pho’ to be held in Hanoi next week Tan Son Nhat scores lowest among Vietnamese airports in customer satisfaction