Ray Pellecchia 1 Jan 2011 | 10:42am
We were sitting in the living room in the home of my brother's family, 11 of us, coming together as a family on Christmas Day as we always do. We had a fire going,the TV off, the mulled cider piping hot -- you couldn't ask for a better afternoon. Soon we would be exchanging gifts and having dinner. But first, a suprise...
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By John Hewitt
Founder & CEO of Liberty Tax Service
First in a series of articles on managerial and company building successes by John Hewitt.
Is success about thought or action - or both? Is it instinctive or can it be learned?
For many business leaders, me included, this is a conundrum that can be argued successfully on either side. However, the one thing I'm sure of is that in order for a small company to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with a more mature competitor, it takes a great deal of leadership foresight, tenacious imagination, a little luck and a lot of hard work by everyone involved. Most importantly, for a "David-sized" company to become or overcome a "Goliath", it takes careful implementation of a successful formula. This is where the power of organizational tuning steps in.
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