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Author Archives: Bill Munn

About Bill Munn

Bill Munn helps executives manage teams to their greatest potential, customizing coaching plans to maximize the performance of each individual. Through strategic visioning and in-the-moment issue resolution, he motivates leadership to spur mission-driven growth. As a 22-year management-coaching veteran and former Dow 30 top executive, Bill has supported hundreds of corporate leaders worldwide with practical wisdom, real-world action tools, and unbiased insight. An MBA and former professor of finance and economics, Bill is a dynamic public speaker and author of two books.
12 Customer Gifts that Outshine Partridges in Pear Trees

12 Customer Gifts that Outshine Partridges in Pear Trees

‘Tis the season for getting inundated with fruit baskets, coffee mugs, and drab holiday cards from anyone whose customer list you’ve managed to land yourself on in the past year. In other words, ’tis the season of missed opportunities. This year, why not wow your customers with something more human, more personal, more valuable than a no-personality, one-size-fits […]

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Nurture Your Inherent Strengths via The Smart Manager

Nurture Your Inherent Strengths via The Smart Manager

We too often emphasize weaknesses, while overlooking positive traits – be it professionally or personally. This bias toward focusing on the negative can adversely affect performance, yet it has become so ingrained that we See it as a foregone conclusion, and also Never stop to consider how backward this type of thinking actually is From a leadership standpoint, the issue here is not negativity. It’s the […]

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School for Startups

School for Startups

It was a pleasure to have an interview on School for Startups radio, a syndicated radio show that reaches many cities around the country. Host Jim Beech is all about small business and entrepreneurship, and his show is chalk-full of valuable things to consider when starting a business – or keeping your existing entrepreneurial venture healthy. He […]

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Money for Lunch

Money for Lunch

I love to share these outside articles, guest posts, and interviews on my blog, because I work just as hard on this content as I do on my own blog posts – and I think it’s just as valuable. Well, in truth, when it comes to interviews, it doesn’t really feel like work at all – more […]

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Embrace Your Natural Leadership Strengths, on Skip Prichard’s Leadership Insights Blog

Embrace Your Natural Leadership Strengths, on Skip Prichard’s Leadership Insights Blog

“If you want to be a successful leader, don’t focus too much time and attention on weaknesses,” begins Skip Prichard’s introduction to our interview. “Whether as an individual or as a team, it’s more productive to leverage strengths.” A great synopsis. And not surprising, considering his very insightful questions. Skip runs a wonderful leadership blog, and I […]

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