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Elizabeth Thompson

Elizabeth Thompson
Elizabeth Thompson is Khorus's Marketing Manager.

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The 2019 CEO Planning Guide

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
November 29, 2018

Have you set your organization's priorities for the coming year? Do you know your company's strengths and weaknesses? Have you set goals for your own development as a leader?

As the saying goes, failing to plan is planning to fail. Why not get some valuable planning done before Christmas with our yearly CEO planning guide?

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Khorus Best Practices: Setting Company Goals

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
June 14, 2018

Creating corporate-level goals for your organization can be a challenging project.

The CEO typically has a target in mind, usually a financial goal. But the point of creating company goals in Khorus is to move beyond that rudimentary form of goal setting. The system helps you create a cohesive set of strategic objectives that:

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4 Advantages of Engaging Employees in Strategic Objectives

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
May 4, 2018

The team at FranklinCovey has researched over 500,000 individuals and 5,000 teams—and found that only 19 percent of individuals in any organization or team knows what the organization’s top priorities are.

In yesterday's business paradigm, where strategy is confined to the C-suite, that might not be a surprising or worrisome finding. But today, if more than 80 percent of your employees don't understand what the organization is trying to achieve, that's a big problem.

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How Khorus Helps You Spot Execution Roadblocks—Before You Hit Them

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
April 12, 2018

Remember the Princess and the Pea? In Hans Christian Andersen’s story, a young woman proves her royal lineage by the fact that a single pea—placed under twenty mattresses and twenty feather beds—disrupts her night’s sleep.

The princess’s ability to sense a problem buried under many layers proves that she's the real deal. The same could be said of today’s business leaders, especially CEOs. 

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Inside the Mind of Your Disengaged Employee

Elizabeth Thompson

Posted by Elizabeth Thompson
April 6, 2018

Employee disengagement is a real and persistent problem for leaders of every stripe. It's estimated to cost US companies between $450 and $550 billion a year.

However, disengagement in your own workforce may not always be overt or easy to spot. To measure an employee’s engagement is to measure the sum of all the small decisions he or she makes every day that contribute to company success beyond what is strictly required.

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