Author Archives: Robyn Crigger

WHAT KIND OF REPUTATION DO YOU HAVE AS A PROFESSIONAL

Whether after persons pass away or in their absence, a lot of stories and insight might often be shared about him/her. Sadly, some stories that are shared may be unflattering or even exaggerated. What would others say about you and how you treated others? In a business it is easy to get backed up or …

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WHY DO SOME NEW BUSINESSES SUCCEED, WHILE OTHERS FAIL?

Could a business succeed because some owners are smarter than others? It may seem that way, but there is much more to this. As an employee or a customer, you can walk into a business and think, “why does the owner do this or that? Why not another way, which you may think would be …

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TWO THOUGHTS FOR BUSINESSES TO CONSIDER – GROWTH EFFORTS & MERGERS

Today businesses try to carefully select the best ways to promote their companies, using their funds as efficiently as possible. One effort is by determining which venue is more effective, and how much money is needed to produce a positive impact. It seems those in charge of these decisions don’t always recognize the more practical …

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What Are the Changes in Business that Will Produce More Repercussions

Every year, every decade, every generation, etc. experiences numerous transitions, transformations, inventions, theories, etc. It seems to take at least a decade or more to evaluate the value and impact of each of these. When the business world first began using more machines (the Industrial Age), it seemed to start everyone thinking that “anything” is …

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How to Decide if Self-Employment is for You

How many businesses fail within the first year in the U.S.? The SBA says 30% of small businesses fail within the first two years in the U.S., 50% fail within the first 5 years, and 66% fail by their 6th year. With thorough planning, research, financing, appropriate professional support, and flexibility, a business can survive …

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With the Majority of Employees Expressing a Major Concern About Communication, Why Aren’t More Employers Responding?

For years employees have voiced a strong concern about “poor communication” in their organizations. I’ve even had many company management echoing this concern, and yet companies and organizations do NOT seek out or hire experts to address this topic. “COMMUNICATION” touches all industries (businesses, non-profits, educational venues, skilled labor, etc.), as well as different departments, …

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WHAT WILL COMPANIES HAVE TO DO TO GROW AND THRIVE IN THE FUTURE

Too many companies are avoiding the serious efforts needed to strengthen and grow their businesses. Instead, they keep hoping for a quick, less expensive resolution. However, that almost never works out. In order to have a strong, creative and diligent workforce, who are innovative and hard-working, many companies try to use quick and aggressive efforts …

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How Did Existing Execs “Learn the Ropes” vs How The New Generation Expects to Learn

When the existing Execs were “learning how to be a Leader” years ago, the hope was to have an existing Leader who was gifted at teaching, training, and developing the younger generation on how to be an Effective Leader. That was true with my husband, Bill Crigger. He was first exposed to a very sharp, …

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LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY SHOULD GO HAND IN HAND

You cannot turn on the news or read a newspaper without hearing someone discussing poor integrity or ethics. If you are wondering “what is the big deal”, you may be of a younger generation or oblivious of the consequences. Decades in the past, parents, teachers, coaches, etc. would all stress the importance of a person’s …

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How Have the Skills of our Workforce Changed and Continues to Change

With each generation, skills and personality traits change. There has been a lot of discussion about the differences for instance in Baby Boomers verses Millenials. For instance, the Boomers are usually willing to work long hours verses the Millenials prefer working their specific work hours and clock out. In addition, Boomers take pride in their …

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