Leadership

Adaptation: A Few Words on Embracing Change

| Megan English

ad·ap·ta·tion /ˌadapˈtāSH(ə)n/ a change or the process of change by which an organism or species becomes better suited to its environment. 2020 has brought a lot of change. I could end this blog with that statement alone and feel confident I’ve made my point. However, it’s not the act of the world around us becoming […]

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Uncertainty Demands Uniquely Human Leadership

| Dennis O'Neil

It is the role of every person within an organization to contribute something uniquely human and leadership is the most uniquely human of all contributions. It is my belief that every uniquely human contribution is, at least in part, leadership – empathy, compassion, foresight, assessment, and organization of the abstract are among just a few. […]

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Market Leaders vs. Market Followers

| Dennis O'Neil

Responding to market trends is a necessity for most businesses. Consumers are the market and therefore are the ones generally viewed as responsible for creating it. Unless profit, or staying in business at all, is not a requirement, companies pay attention to the needs and wants of their customers. Consider then, what limited control that […]

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My 2019 Jeff Shore Sales Leadership Summit Wrap-up

| Dennis O'Neil

Each year, I’m excited to attend the Jeff Shore Sales Leadership Summit. Each year, I leave grateful for the relationships the industry has provided me, and excited about what the future holds. This year’s summit delivered in a big way. The Venue I’ve come to expect a memorable venue experience for the summit. The Gaylord […]

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A Week at High Altitude

| Megan English

For anyone familiar with the ONeil Interactive culture it’s a widely known premise that we hold continuing education, professional development and being forever in “learning mode” among our top priorities. It’s not everyday that you’re afforded the opportunity to step away from the day-to-day responsibilities and immerse yourself in, well… yourself. I got to do […]

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