I'm looking for your help! I have been working on a side project - a podcast about the resurgence of Buffalo (I explain it in more detail when you listen). I call it Buffalo Connections and I talk to the people that made and are continuing to make a significant impact in the resurgence in Buffalo. Could you please listen and offer your candid opinions on this podcast as well as if you are interested in hearing more.
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The most common mistake leaders who oversee employees is making excuses for bad employees. Everyone is guilty of it including Anthony. In this episode, he shares some real life experiences and offers solutions on how to fix the problem.
Tony shares a very important rule that few small business owners know about and unknowingly break making it far more difficult to operate their business as they grow.
In this episode, Tony explains a very easy way to protect your business from the inevitable loss of a key employee by creating very effective procedures that allow for greater ease of transition.
Tony discusses Parkinson's Law and why you're working too many hours and what to do about it.
Tony shares a story about a client he is currently working with and shares powerful statistics on why selling to your customer base is the easiest route to increased sales and profit.
Tony begins weekly podcasts by sharing some of the great content he reads each week. This week's podcast is written by CEO, Jack Zenger and President, Joseph Folkman of Zenger/Folkman Consultancy. This article was shared in Harvard Business Review on July 14, 2016.