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Blog posts October 2020

Four Strategies to Increase Productivity on your Virtual Team

The pandemic has forced both fathers and mothers to juggle careers, childcare, and remote schooling. However, often mothers find themselves disproportionally with more of the responsibilities. Overstretched and overwhelmed, productivity suffers. According to a recent study by Qualtrics, 77% of men w…

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CEO Coaching International Congratulates 4-Year Client ShelfGenie on Successful Exit

MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 15, 2020 – CEO Coaching International, the leading firm coaching over 330 of the world’s top growth-focused entrepreneurs, congratulates its client Andy Pittman, CEO of ShelfGenie, for closing a transformational sale with Neighborly, the world’s largest parent company of 27 home …

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Mitigating Risk In Challenging Environments

Colonel Lee Van Arsdale (then Major, first row, right) led the Delta assault troop that captured Manual Noriega, Panama’s ‘de facto’ dictator, as part of Operation Just Cause in 1989. The troop poses in front of Noreiga’s home after his capture.”

Risk comes in so many different flavors tha…

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DunkinÒ³ Bob Rosenberg: Ó“uccess Can Be The Greatest Impediment To Future Success

Few CEOs can claim the kind of longevity that Bob Rosenberg can. In 1963, William Rosenberg, who opened the first Dunkin’ Donuts shop in 1950 on the Southern Artery in Quincy, Massachu­setts, tapped his son, Robert, at the tender age of 25, to lead the family business, which comprised a portfolio of…

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5 Tips for Studying in Quito, Ecuador

Traveling all the way to Ecuador requires a lot of preparation. If your purpose of travel is academic, then it becomes all the more essential. South American topography, climatic conditions, cultural variations, languages, and lifestyles are not as popularly understood as those of North America and …

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From Bubble Bursts to Recessions, This CEO Advises How to Overcome Time Without Business

As a career-long serial entrepreneur, I’m used to leading through uncertainty. My first technology start-up crashed during the dotcom bubble burst and I financially turned around a company during the Great Recession. We’ve been through unpredictable times before, but 2020 is a particularly turbulent…

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