The On-Purpose Business: Doing More of What You Do Best More Profitably

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Piņon Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 187 pages
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Do you love your work? Does your company focus on its strengths? Does your work fulfill your passions? Does your company achieve its purpose? Does your company have a purpose? Do you?

The On-Purpose Business is designed to help you answer these questions. Written in a parable format similar to The On-Purpose Person, this book helps you evaluate your company, its purpose, and how you fit into that purpose.

Whether you lead a multi-million dollar corporation, a small business, or a group of people, you'll find valuable insight that will help you determine your strengths and weaknesses, and how to do more of what, you're good at and less of what you're not.

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Kevin W. McCarthy is the author of The On-Purpose Person and The On-Purpose Business Person (previous edition titled The On-Purpose Business). He is one of the world's leading authorities on the meaningful integration of life and work. Kevin has pioneered the message, concepts, and language of being on-purpose since the late 1980s. As the Chief Leadership Officer of On-Purpose Partners, he's a highly respected business advisor for small and middle market organizations as well as an executive advisor and coach to CEOs, executive directors, and company presidents. His work on deep strategy, alignment, and practical execution has turned around many companies as well as helped healthy companies experience remarkable and sustainable growth. More than just an author, Kevin is a natural leader in business and civic endeavors. He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association. Kevin's goal with audiences is to stir their hearts, advance their thinking, and inspire them to action. Authentic, inspiring, entrepreneurial, intelligent and creative are the qualities most often attributed to this thought leader by his peers, clients, and audiences. Kevin has traveled from Hungary to Hawaii since 1992 inspiring audiences as he carries the message of being on-purpose into the hearts, minds, and lives of people.

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