Above the Fray: Leading Yourself, Your Business and Others During Turbulent Times

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Morgan James Publishing, Jun 30, 2013 - Business & Economics - 246 pages
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ŇWhen itŐs cloudy in the pulpit, itŐs foggy in the pew.Ó Your companyŐs success begins with clarity. . .clarity of vision, of purpose and of planning. As the companyŐs leader, itŐs your job to ensure this clarity permeates throughout your corporate culture, but during turbulent times, thatŐs not always an easy task. From globalization to economical constraints to advancements in technology, the business world just isnŐt what it used to be and that means that business owners must adopt a new mindset if they want to ensure future success. "Above the Fray" is the blueprint for this new mindset, providing strategies and resources that will help you recreate your business from the ground up. Join renowned business coach and entrepreneur, Larry Parman as he walks you through this strange new world and shows you how to combat the turbulence and overcome the odds. Not to just survive, but to thrive. . .and to achieve your dreams.

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Obstacles Ahead
Charting Your Course
Turning Your Ideas into a Plan of Action
The Strategic Alignment Model
Aligning for Operational Excellence
This is How We Do Things Here
Leading the Cats Managing Yourself
Leading the Cats Managing Others
Some Final Thoughts on Managing Others
Defining Your Companys Value
Your Basic Marketing Blueprint

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Attorney, investment advisor and former banker Larry V. Parman is the founder of one of the most successful business and estate planning law firms in the Midwest. The firm is also a partner in a thriving investment advisory company. He is a partner in Notch It Up Strategies, LLC, a firm specializing in helping business owners and CEOs grow and profitably manage their business. He has co-authored two books on estate planning and hosted his own radio show, Your Estate Matters, for three years on KTOK in Oklahoma City. His guest columns regularly appear in the Senior Living section of the Daily Oklahoman. He spent nearly ten years as a certified instructor on a part-time basis for the Dale Carnegie organization, coaching participants in their management, sales and presentation programs. He currently co-leads a very successful coaching program for other attorneys.

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