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Tucker the Dog with Disc in Mouth

The Tucker Files: What a Boisterous Beagle Can Teach Humans About Management

By Cheryl Lauer / November 19, 2020 / Comments Off on The Tucker Files: What a Boisterous Beagle Can Teach Humans About Management

Hi, My name is a Tucker, and, in case you didn’t notice, I’m a dog.

Here’s a story of how my boss, Cheryl, motivated me to run, and leap and stretch to catch plastic discs she tossed in the air.

Cheryl thinks business people can learn a lot from this story about how to inspire and motivate employees.

That may be so… But I want you to read on so you can see the cool videos of me doing my thing (I’m a show-off).

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How a Stressed Owner Let Go and Got Away

By Cheryl Lauer / June 8, 2020 / Comments Off on How a Stressed Owner Let Go and Got Away

I know a business owner who rarely enjoyed time away from his business. If he got away, he always stressed about how it would turn out. It often didn’t turn out well.  Sound familiar? That all changed a few months ago. Before the pandemic, he made it out of town, and everything went well. Here’s why…

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girl with head on desk piled with papers from poor delegating

Are You Delegating Or Dumping?

By Cheryl Lauer / January 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Are You Delegating Or Dumping?

ARE YOU DELEGATING OR DUMPING? Delegating properly is one of the most important leadership skills. Delegation is typically not a natural skill that we learn growing up; however, it is critical to company growth and it’s a game-changer on many levels. When delegation is done poorly, it is better known as dumping, and it’s not…

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