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Training is Essential

2020 brought an onslaught of challenges, fear, failure, and even death.  But, as entrepreneurs, we constantly seek opportunity.  This growth opportunity may necessitate a cultural shift, as we have mentioned (ad nauseum this year).  And the biggest takeaway: agility...

Leading the Charge Webinar Agenda

Day One MBTI Workshop “Know thyself”, Socrates. This workshop is about improving personal effectiveness. Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator results, from the pre-work for this meeting, the workshop facilitator will assist attendees in understanding their own...

New Currie Management Consultants, Inc. Dealer Group Meeting Protocol

As with all of our dealers, recent events have required us to change how we do business. Most dealers have expressed that they would like to move back to in-person meetings. The Currie team has made plans to resume in-person meetings safely with the goal of making...

Sales Strategy for 2021

From the desk of Bob Currie Current economic data indicates significant growth for 2021, probably in the 6% to 8% range. Opportunities are surfacing rapidly but, organizations are not always prepared to capitalize on those situations. So, let us examine how we...

Strategic Direction for 2021

Coming off 2020 there are a lot of questions about 2021 that cannot be answered easily: vaccine rollout, Fed policy, fiscal policy, emergence of a new COVID strains, the second round of PPP, and the like. However, we live in an existential time, so we must communicate...

13 Dimensions of Problem-Solving, a Unique Approach to Conundrums

This is an excerpt of a larger work “12 Currie Success Principles” Success Principle #6 is Execution. Problem-solving falls under this category as it requires decisiveness and action. The first step in solving a problem is to envision a scenario in which the problem...

Celebrating Leaders

This short piece is to celebrate leaders, including you. This week, our nation celebrated one of the most formidable leaders: Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King espoused hundreds of qualities that all ambitious individuals marvel at. So, my question is this: why do we...

Currie Circadian 31: Lead the Day

Gifted leadership. What went on here?  The morning after a wild party—not a pretty sight.  Is there a wake of disaster, following a busy crunch? Some businesses may demonstrate an addiction to urgency.  The intoxication of a rush is satisfying to many people.  And the...

Currie Circadian: Lead the Day

Gifted leadership. Does your team seem stalled?  Have you lost critical momentum?  Perhaps there’s been a setback, or a stumble.  Sometimes you just feel like you’re “just spinning your wheels”! This is a normal plateau that all great leaders face through their own...

Currie Circadian 31: Lead the Day

Gifted leadership. In the deep of the night, at the darkest hour, a storm comes.  Lightening strikes with a violence that is beyond words.  Unseen winds create chaos.  Torrential rain penetrates and the streets become rivers.  During the fiercest of storms, we lose...