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Friday, June 14, 2019

How to Handle Crucial Conversations at Work

Whether it is with your boss, co-worker, or client, difficult conversations are challenging to manage, and the fear of failure can sometimes be paralyzing. The key to ensuring the best outcome for everyone involved is knowing how to manage the exchange. Here are the crucial steps to ensure a smooth, successful, and productive discussion. The […]

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Streamline Your Communications While Ramping Up Productivity

“Less Doing” was the theme of this year’s VACEOs Retreat, and there’s no better expert on the subject than Ari Meisel. The founder of Less Doing, Meisel is a self-described “overwhelmologist” who helps entrepreneurs find focus, flexibility and freedom in their work. His methodology enables founders to become replaceable so they can scale their business. […]

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Business Growth by Vivid Vision: Cameron Herold at Retreat 2019

Cameron Herold is the mastermind behind hundreds of companies’ exponential expansion, and he’s rightfully earned a reputation as a growth guru by guiding his clients to double their profit and their revenue in just three years or less. During VACEOs Retreat 2019, Herold taught attendees actionable, practical tactics for taking their business to the next […]

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Monday, May 6, 2019

VA Council of CEOs Names Arlene Lee Third Recipient of Charles E. McCabe Leadership Award

Pictured left to right: David R. Barrett, President and CEO of Barrett Capital Management, LLC; Charles E. McCabe, CEO of Peoples Tax and The Income Tax School; Arlene Lee, President of R.E. Lee Companies; Scot McRoberts, Executive Director, Virginia Council of CEOs​​​​​​​; JJ White, current VACEOs Chair, Dale Carnegie Training Franchise Owner. Breaking News: VACEOs Names Charlottesville CEO […]

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Finding the Right Bank to Fit Your Company’s Culture

It seems like they are everywhere these days, doesn’t it? On every street corner. In every advertisement on the radio. And don’t even look at the Business section of the newspaper!  Though the number of banks in the U.S. has fallen by nearly 3,000 over the past fifteen years, it seems like you cannot go […]

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