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"Your book gave me the incentive to keep pushing through, not only with my company but with life as well. Your speaking and seminars are some of the most influential that I have ever sat through and left me always wanting more." More..


Erin Yarbro, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Community Association Manager, President
Intel Management of SC, LLC


CRAIG'S BLOG

Think Before You Praise, Apologize or Reprimand. (Craig's blog)

Here are some actual quotes from real managers at some of the nation’s largest companies:


“We know that communication is a problem, but the company is not going to discuss it with the employees.” 


“This project is so important we can’t let things that are more important interfere with it.”


“Doing it right is no excuse for not meeting the schedule.”


Sure, we managers say some pretty dumb things on occasion. All of us do. But being a leader means that it doesn’t happen often. With that in mind, here are three times when it really pays dividends to invest some forethought before engaging with an employee: when you praise, when you apologize, and when you reprimand. (Read more)


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Learn more about the Craig Huntington book "Risk: A Road Worth Traveling"

If you want to know what the difference is between someone taking a risk and someone thinking about taking a risk, read Risk: A Road Worth Traveling by author Craig Huntington. Take an inside tour of the motivation and thoughts of someone who lives the “get-it-done” philosophy by doing things his way, in spite of adversity.  Innovative ideas and unique ways of approaching obstacles are at the core of this inspirational book. (Learn more)




 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  

Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 CEOMC Conferance Scottsdale AZ

October 26 -  New Jersey CAI Trade show - One Hour Board Meeting

October 27 - Mt. Airy, NC - Executive sales Training

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