Stay consistent in working toward success

September 2014
Westchester County Business Journal;9/29/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 39, p16
The article presents tips for business leaders on ways to remain consistent in trying to achieve success. Topics discussed include hiring people who are capable of helping to solve the company's problems, collaborating with managers and employees to identify actions and factors that will result in success, and helping employees work smarter. Also mentioned are ways to build self-confidence, factoring in time for errors and recovery, and establishing key performance indicators.


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