Transformation takes courage. Kinesis Founder Shawn Busse explores how something so deceptively simple can be the key to your success.
Authored by Shawn Busse
Many are grappling with how to respond to this national moment of reflection. At Kinesis, we’ve been meditating on the particular importance of symbols.
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The world looks a lot different this year, and businesses that are able to cast a new vision will be better positioned for the uncertain future ahead. Kinesis CEO Shawn Busse discusses what it takes to make bold moves and come out on top.
In sitting down to write this month’s blog post, I stumbled upon a fundamental barrier to success, in writing and in business: distraction.
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The world is filled with preconceived notions – many of which are incorrect, but so entrenched in our collective psyche that we’ve never questioned them. Learn what misconceptions could be guiding your business decision-making.
The “Sell-Do” trap describes businesses where the owners are responsible for both selling and delivering the work (they “sell” the work, then “do” the work).
For years, the name of the game for managing people was employee satisfaction. With a changing labor market and higher employer standards, that focus is changing.