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Tuesday, November 30, 2010
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Thursday, November 25, 2010
How does your company motivate employees to improve their job performance?
Posted by TEC Midwest at 7:47 AM
There are many advantages of having a mentor or a business coach. Working with someone that has more experience than you, or that offers an additional point-of-view, will help you to be more successful in life.
At TEC, our business model revolves around a commitment to providing CEOs/top executives the opportunity to work together towards arriving at helpful, relevant and specific solutions with peers in groups and/or one-on-one with their knowledgeable Chair.
Here are some of the advantages we hear most often of finding a trustworthy person to be your life and business mentor:
What would you add to this list? How has a mentor been helpful to you?
Posted by TEC Midwest at 7:44 AM
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Bouncing options and ideas off someone you respect can help relieve some of that stress. Who do you turn to for guidance when making tough business decisions?
Posted by TEC Midwest at 10:27 AM
Friday, November 12, 2010
One of the best things an organization can do is allocate developmental resources to the aspects deemed most valuable by members. TEC seeks to provide a forum for discussions and problem-solving with fellow executives, TEC Chairs that are available when business situations arise, helpful educational resources and guest speakers presenting on topics most relevant to our members.
What aspect of TEC do you find most valuable?
Posted by TEC Midwest at 8:36 AM
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Group Chair, Dennis Ellmaurer, discusses the agenda for a typical group meeting and how he works with his members. It is a great opportunity for members to discuss company successes, business challenges, and work together on solving issues.
Meet a few of the TEC members and their personal story of business success through TEC.
TEC 44 Group Meeting from TEC Midwest on Vimeo.
Posted by TEC Midwest at 1:26 PM
Thursday, November 4, 2010
We're sure, like us, many of you are relieved that this year's election cycle is complete and the time of campaign commercials has come and gone until the Presidential election cycle begins.
Presidents are often judged on their ability to lead our country through good and bad times as a metric of success. All of these past Presidents have been heralded as exceptional leaders.
Who deserves your vote for most admirable past President?
Posted by TEC Midwest at 4:37 PM
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Delafield hotel, Chairs from around the Midwest came together for team building activities and workshops with guest leadership speaker, James Newton.
We asked some of our TEC Chairs what they enjoy most about being involved with TEC. Here are their responses.
TEC Chair Talk: What do you like about being involved with TEC? from TEC Midwest on Vimeo.
About James Newton
Newton Learning Corp
James Newton is Newton Learning Corporation's founder and CEO. He is a nationally known consultant, facilitator and speaker. For over 20 years, he has assisted companies increase effectiveness and profitability by cultivating accountability, effective communication, trust, and respect. James has extraordinary insight and intuition, a playful articulate style, and a deep commitment to helping people achieve their highest aspirations.
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