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Robert Stevenson’s Thoughts on the Pursuit of Excellence


Powerful Meaningless Words

October 20, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

Most companies have them in some shape or form: Guiding Principles, Mission Statements, Vision Statements, Company Values, Company Affirmations, Statement of Purpose, Company Goals, Company Philosophy. I saw where one company had broken their mission statement into three segments, identifying them for Product Mission, Economic Mission and Social Mission.



Proud

September 9, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

Peter Drucker, the famous business guru, has written over 10,000 pages on the subject of Management; that equates to 39 books translated in 36 languages. He is best described as the FOUNDER of Modern Management. In his book, The Practice of Management, he stated, “there is only one valid definition of business purpose: to create a customer. The customer is the foundation of a business and keeps it in existence; he alone (the customer) gives employment.”



The World's Most Underrated Secret to Success

July 22, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

If I told you I knew the world’s most underrated secret to success, would I have your attention? If I told you that you didn’t have to be brilliant or talented to make it work for you, would that interest you even more? But, if I told you ANYONE could do it, would that take away from how valuable the information is? Would you be thinking, well if anyone can do, it must not be that great of an idea?



Raise Your Praise

June 17, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

Are there ways to raise spirits, raise self-esteem, raise awareness, raise interest, raise self-confidence, raise happiness, and raise productivity … other than just giving people a RAISE in salary? YES, there are. Here is a simple acrostic to help remind you how to do it. You can publicly…



It Costs a Lot to Lose an Employee

January 29, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

When a company loses an employee, they should do some serious soul searching as to why that person left. Why, you may be asking? Because, according to the Society for Human Resource Management, they have estimated that every time a business has to replace a salaried employee, it costs the company, on average, 6 to 9 months' salary. For a manager making $40,000 a year, that's $20,000 to $30,000 in recruiting and training expenses; that is a lot of money.



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