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Mark Kamin & Associates

Since 1983, Mark Kamin & Associates has been on the forefront of organizational transformation providing a unique methodology for creating high performing cultures and training business people to be extraordinarily successful. Mark Kamin & Associates offers a wide range of consulting, coaching and training services with a specific focus on the relationship between integrity and performance. We are champions of high performing cultures, where people honor their word, work from an empowering context and hold themselves and others accountable. Our unique methodology gives leaders access to a way of listening and speaking that creates an empowering context and transforms complexity into opportunities for partnership and productivity. Extraordinary communication, impeccable integrity and authentic leadership are the hallmarks of our work. We deliver unexpected ways for helping executives create alignment between commitments, activities and strategies. We illuminate pathways to accomplish strategic transformation. We deliver powerful and effective consulting, training and coaching to meet the greatest challenges of individual performance.

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How to Build Your Organization as a Highly Valuable, Sustainable Asset – Part 1

Written collaboratively by Michele Clay & Mark Kamin

rawpixel-com-558597-unsplash-250pxIn the ordinary everyday world of business there is a lot of lip service to building great places for employees to work and really serving customers and the community. However, in reality, almost always a business is organized – in the way the business runs – to take care of shareholder return …and then to take care of everything else. In other words, whether its obvious or not, the hidden context in which businesses seek to perform is to maintain shareholder return.

This paradigm is, in fact, detrimental to long-term shareholder value. The real asset of any organization is its people; and the way those people interface with the customer.

As a leader, if I do not put employee fulfillment as important as shareholder return, I guarantee that employees will not own the performance of the business.

Its undeniable that every CEO must make sure there is a fair shareholder return to investors, and it is equally important to generate a culture within which employees love to work and are committed to the future of the enterprise as their own personal future.

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