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Right Environment 05.25.20 // Michael Canic

You Hire Employees, But Human Beings Show Up To Work

In business, it’s all about the bottom line. Or is it? A recent study at Baylor University concluded that supervisors who focus on profits without concern for employee well-being or ethical issues negatively affect employee performance. ... Read More


Right Focus 05.11.20 // Michael Canic

Scenario Planning: Why Now, Here’s How

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We’re into the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses and consumers are slowly re-boarding, increasingly reengaging the marketplace and revving up the economic engine. Yet it remains a time of great uncertainty and ... Read More


Right Team 04.27.20 // Michael Canic

Adversity Reveals Character More Than Builds It

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There’s an old saying that “adversity builds character.” It’s more accurate, I think, to say that adversity reveals character. We’re living in a time of adversity and much is being revealed about people’s characters. ... Read More


Right Commitment 04.13.20 // Michael Canic

Stress vs. Strain: Knowing the Difference Can Help You Cope

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These are unprecedented times. And much uncertainty remains. Understandably, like all business leaders, you’re anxious. ... Read More


Right Environment 03.30.20 // Michael Canic

The Importance of Messaging in Turbulent Times

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These are turbulent and, for many, traumatic times. Health fears, economic fears, volatility, uncertainty … in total, it’s like nothing we’ve experienced. This is a time for leadership. And if you’re reading this, then it’s very likely you’ ... Read More


Right Environment 03.16.20 // Michael Canic

Two Common Mistakes Leaders Make When Communicating Change

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You’d think we’d have figured it out by now. Given all of the change initiatives in all of the companies throughout all of the years, you’d think we’d have figured out how to effectively communicate organizational change. ... Read More


Right Focus 03.02.20 // Michael Canic

How to See the Future

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I recently watched a wonderful opera singer perform with the local symphony. Her voice was incredible and her presence captivating. What made it all the more impressive was that while she was there, she wasn’t really there. ... Read More


Right Commitment 02.17.20 // Michael Canic

For Every Early-Career Employee: 11 Keys to Success

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It seems to me that more young people than ever are suffering angst about their careers. They’ve started working, they’re energetic, they’re ambitious … but they’re not sure what it will take to succeed, to get ahead. ... Read More


Right Team 02.03.20 // Michael Canic

The Underlying Spirit of “Teamwork”

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It’s no revelation that teamwork is critical to the success of any organization. But what exactly is teamwork? Is it when people share a common goal? An underlying purpose? Is it when they work together to complete a task? Or contribute, together or ... Read More


Right Environment 01.20.20 // Michael Canic

To Create a Winning Environment, Use Winning Language

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Language counts. The language you use sends subtle messages – intended or not – that speak to your effectiveness as a leader. ... Read More

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Michael Canic

Michael has posted a weekly blog on Making Strategy Happen for over 5 years. (Well, he did miss one on New Year’s Eve 2012 that we won’t talk about!)

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