“Sharing Knowledge” Papers

Coaching

By Bud Roth

In our world…
Individuals as well as organizations must manage immense amounts of ongoing change in all levels of their lives. We need to learn to live and work in cycles of changes. Successful individuals in the 21st Century will require entrepreneurial capabilities to effectively manage themselves and their many disruptions throughout their life. We must be anchored from the “inside out” with purpose, vision,
values, passion and staying power.

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Employers Missing ROI When Expatriating Employees

By Bud Roth

Employers may spend an estimated $1 million or more apiece when they send employees across national borders for temporary work assignments.  But they are likely to lose that investment when those employees return…

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Onboarding for a New Leader

By Bud Roth

Process Introduction
An onboarding process ensures leadership effectiveness, productivity and long-term retention. 64% of new executives hired from outside won’t make it in their current role. 40% will fail within the first 18 months. The acquisition costs range from $100,000 to more than $400,000. Contractual pay-off can be multi-million dollar agreements…

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Bridging the Gap, Improving Results One-on-One

By Bud Roth

“The problem is that we don’t talk enough!” Where have you heard this before? We hear this all around us including in our homes.

My purpose in writing this article is to help you understand the value of one-on-one dialogue in order to improve relationships, gain commitment and achieve mutual success for your business and associates.

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CEO’s Out of Round

By Bud Roth

I am a consultant who develops leaders and leadership teams. I share my experiences with corporate leaders who often need to regain control of their companies and their own lives. The leader whose life is out of balance, or out of round, can hurt the business he loves, as well as hundreds of families whose lives become intertwined with the company for whom they work.

Listen to one CEO’s story of failure and redemption…

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Corporate Leaders Rely on Intelligence Over Information,
Over and Over and Over (Leaders Need to Listen)

By Bud Roth

“They don’t listen to the people doing the work.”

Let’s take a fresh look at this common occurrence. The workforce that supports the senior leadership team loses respect for management, for being “out of touch”. If we ever listen to workers who feel this way, they often sound like this: …

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