Month: October 2019

Fundamental Shifts Affecting Ag #1 The Transition in Leadership and Land

http://remediosdelfaraon.com/94633-wild-classic-slots.html You’ve probably heard the phrase’ the future is now,’ and it is for us in agriculture. Welcome to my next six-part series, where I’ll be covering my take on the future of the industry, starting with the significant shifts happening that will (or already are!) affecting everyone from the farm to the corporate offices of […]

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Take the Lead in Tough Conversations

http://opticgalleryeastern.com/11929-super-tadarise-india-price.html This week I’d like to share a recent article that appeared as my monthly column, The Farm CEO Coach, in Top Producer. Take a read below and you can find these in realtime each month on www.agweb.com. Thanks always to my friends at Farm Journal Media for working with me to publish these columns!

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Build Your Bench

Learn More Here It’s imperative to spend quality time thinking strategically about the roles of today, tomorrow, and into the future. Roles at the farm now are different and the change going forward will blow our minds. There are jobs that don’t even exist that will be integral aspects of future farm management. With that in mind, there is […]

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Family Culture Can be Cultivated, Much like Business Culture

free dating site for men who love plus size woman What is business culture? While it’s hard to define, culture exists and it is felt by everyone. What’s most interesting is, culture of a business is either created or it’s just simply tolerated. Culture shifts when new leaders take the helm and when new people join the work team. Culture can be changed intentionally with a conscious effort, […]

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