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Stretch…Really Stretch
July 24, 2017

Stretch…Really Stretch

Break away from your steady-state and stretch yourself. The results are life-changing!

By Greg Siefert
The Secret to Leadership Part 2:  Simplicity is Sticky
June 19, 2017

The Secret to Leadership Part 2: Simplicity is Sticky

We often promote people into leadership roles because of their detailed knowledge and technical proficiency. As leaders grow, they must learn that Simplicity is Sticky!

By Greg Siefert
The Secret to Leadership Part 1:  Rock Star vs. Roadie
May 22, 2017

The Secret to Leadership Part 1: Rock Star vs. Roadie

People often assume that leadership is about the leader; nothing could be further than the truth. In fact, leadership isn’t so much about you as the main player, but rather it is about how you create an environment where you enable the team to thrive, both as a group and as a collection of individuals.

By Greg Siefert
Where are You Going?
April 24, 2017

Where are You Going?

Leaders need to see a much larger picture.

By Greg Siefert
Doughnuts and Software
March 20, 2017

Doughnuts and Software

Use the Krispy Kreme principle to stop wasting money and time!

By Greg Siefert
Lead with Gratitude
February 20, 2017

Lead with Gratitude

The key to taking your leadership to the next level: Step back, reflect and lead with gratitude!

By Greg Siefert
Shut up and listen!
January 23, 2017

Shut up and listen!

The secret to getting technology projects back on track, regardless of size and complexity.

By Greg Siefert
How far will you go for your customers…even to Baku?
December 19, 2016

How far will you go for your customers…even to Baku?

An intriguing story from the “front-lines” early in my career that taught me a valuable lesson.

By Greg Siefert
The Four Laws of Customer Experience
November 21, 2016

The Four Laws of Customer Experience

Break these four laws at your own risk — you won’t go to prison, but your business will fail.

By Greg Siefert