PRESS RELEASE: Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 03-MAY-2012
Dr. Doreen McGunagle, Chief Executive Officer of Global Strategic Management Solutions is pleased to announce the Executive Think Tank Mastermind program that allows businesses owners to expand their performance and competency through group coaching. The Executive Think Tank Mastermind group training is not a nice-to-have luxury but essential to a successful and high-performing organization.
The coaching offers the opportunity to share ideas with other business owners, provides accountability to help reach goals, new perspective, and redefine problems that lead to greater growth. Both one-on-one sessions and group sessions meet all the common issues that affect business owners.
According to Dr. Doreen McGunagle, CEO, speaking during a recent interview, "Our program is designed for top executives to ensure their growth and to create solutions to their challenging market conditions. Executives who belong to Mastermind Groups achieve more profitability, productivity, and personnel fulfillment."
Today, in the United States, small businesses generate over half the gross domestic product of the nation. Small businesses are the principal source of new jobs. The initiative of small businesses is one of the most powerful engines for opportunity, economic growth, and economic stability.
Learn more about the next group that is starting on July 12th, 2012 by visiting Executive Think Tank Mastermind Group. Groups are small and limited to 15 members from different industries. Dr. McGunagle stated, “The program offers its members several benefits that assist the business owner with both personal and business growth.”
PRESS RELEASE: World Wide Web, 10-APRIL-2012 - Global Strategic Management Solutions is pleased to announce the release of a White Paper, "Rethinking Organizational Change In Health Care Delivery." The paper offers readers who are interested in strategic performance management, the performance management solutions that are needed to promote service and operational excellence in health care facilities.
The culture of the health care industry is changing. Many facilities are faced with the challenge of finding performance management solutions that will successfully merge the old and new organizational cultures, build the capability of leaders to promote service and operational excellence, and change their strategies to meet the demands of an evolving business environment.
When interviewed recently, Dr. Doreen McGunagle, CEO of Global Strategic Management Solutions stated, "Our team is focused on identifying processes and practices that promote service and operational excellence in health care facilities. To that end, this White Paper is the result of data collected from our studies at the Aging Resource Center. It is our hope that the paper will create the impetus for leaders who want to apply the best method procedures for performance enhancement at health care organizations nationwide."
Global Strategic Management Solutions provides management consulting that is focused on increasing the leadership in organizations. Programs are customized and tailored to meet the unique needs of the businesses that are striving to meet the challenges of the business environment. They provide training, education, and resources to companies that emphasizes the culture of the business climate.
The White Paper provides the details that will assist leaders who want to increase effectiveness and revenue while increasing the level of customer services provided to patients. As a leader in providing performance management solutions, the researchers have incorporated the methods and processes that will give leaders the competitive edge they need to more easily meet the needs of their customers.
To get more information about the strategic performance management White Paper, "Rethinking Organizational Change In Health Care Delivery", created by Global Strategic Management Solutions download your copy today.
We are excited to announce that Dream It! Believe It! Achieive It: Little Book of Ultimate Power is available at your local book store or Amazon.com ISBN-13: 978-1460947715 ISBN-10: 1460947711
Our research shows that when Marketing is part of the strategic plan, the business will have a better opportunity to prepare for growth, and create a competitive advantage in the market, Dr. Doreen McGunagle, CEO of Global Strategic Management Solutions (GSMS). GSMS’ new eLearning system helps small business owners create a competitive edge by focusing on creating their roadmap to grow their business.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL – Global Strategic Management Solutions (GSMS) is pleased to offer a new eLearning System that is designed to provide the small business owner with tools for creating a strategic alignment with their sales and marketing goals. By doing this, a small business will gain a better understanding of its key resources that will set itself apart from others in the industry.
The eLearning System is a resource for small businesses that is designed to help them compete with other businesses. The strategies will also assist small businesses in growing your business, thus improving the bottom-line. The strategies are also designed to improve performance overall within the business. That, along with the other actions that occur when the strategies are put into play will help the small business owner to be more successful. Small businesses will be able to think strategically about their sales process, thus creating a customized marketing roadmap to grow your business.
Dr. Doreen McGunagle, CEO of Global Strategic Management Solutions has 20 years experience in management and supervising roles which she feels prepared her for the task of establishing her own consulting firm. Small business owners who take advantage of the information in her eLearning System will see just how she has used her extensive experience to provide the best ways to help them achieve their goals.
To get the eLearning System click here and start to use the insights revealed here to take your business to a whole new level. The eLearning system is a program that takes the small business owner through all the stages necessary to create a sustainable business. “Try it for 30 days for free and receive 7 videos that will put you on the right track for success." Dr. Doreen McGunagle
Palm Beach Gardens, FL (PRWEB) November 2, 2010 -- As the CEO of Global Strategic Management Solutions (GSMS), Dr. Doreen McGunagle states, “Our commitment is to develop the best possible training tools for leaders and those involved in effective organization development.” GSMS conducted a survey in which we asked participants two simple yet revealing questions, What are the characteristics of a good boss? What are the characteristics of a bad boss? The responses were candid and have served as the framework for an eBook we are offering as a free download at our company website.
Good Boss – Bad Boss: Lessons from Effective and Not-So Effective Managers takes a candid look at from the inside out, what it takes to be a good manger, effective habits, and attitude that lead to ineffective management. The eBook is divided into three main of keys to positive management development, each built on the foundation of answers given in our survey. Included are insights on leadership from the viewpoint of communication, character, and leadership skills.
Good Boss – Bad Boss emphasizes the fact that most employees and mid-level managers see communication as a primary emphasis. Bosses who come across as not hearing the people beneath them do not command the respect necessary to boldly move forward as a business. As one respondent put it: A bad boss is a “an ego maniac, elitist, self-centered know-it-all, my-way or the highway kind of person who expects others to give loyalty and commitment when that is not returned and who creates not only poor morale but fear as well as someone who has to be right and make all of the decisions.” That’s one giant run on sentence that paints are pretty graphic picture of a workplace where communication is not taking place.
A surprising number of respondents to our survey concentrated on the character of their boss more than his or her leadership skills. Employees, it seems, will forgive a host of managerial ineptitudes before they will a boss they sense is a basically bad person. Managers don’t have to be perfect people, no one is, but employees expect them to at least strive toward what every decent human being ought to strive for.
One of the most often heard complaints among energetic employees is how little time and investment is made in equipping them to do their job. Good employees want their bosses to invest in their training and leadership development. As one survey respondent says in the eBook: “A good boss is primarily a leader; somebody with the ability to establish a vision and a mission for the team, and then is capable to motivate, provide guidance and mentorship, remove ambiguity, and work together with reports and other business partners to achieve common goals, while maintaining appropriate ethical and conduct levels, and keeping a good sense of humor and professionalism.”
“Our research shows that engaged employees can increase their financial position by almost 200% while disengaged employees can decrease your financial position by almost 25%,” states Dr. McGunagle. The survey discusses key drivers for engaged employees. To get the eBook click here and use the insights revealed there to take your leadership management to a whole new level. Take a self assessment to see how your organization stacks up.
What’s the difference between a good boss and a bad one? Ask anyone working in a company, you’ll get a lot of different answers. Yet, there are striking similarities in people’s descriptions of good and bad bosses.
The best bosses are those who are trustworthy, empathic and who connect with us. They are emotionally intelligent. They make us feel calm, appreciated and inspired.
The worst bosses are distant, difficult and arrogant. They make us feel uneasy, at best, and resentful, at worst.
At the end of this post you’ll find a link to my survey to weigh in on the question, “What’s the difference between a good boss and a bad one?” I hope you’ll use the link to tell me what you think is important for managers who don’t want to be perceived as a jerk.
Share your comments in our survey, we look forward to your input.
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Palm Beach Gardens, FL (PRWEB) September 30, 2010 --
As the CEO of Global Strategic Management Solutions (GSMS), Dr. McGunagle understands the challenges that most CEOs have in running a healthy organization. However, she is amazed at the number of leaders that tell her they have not looked at how the organizational culture impacts their strategy. A new whitepaper released by GSMS, however, helps CEOs learn how changes in company culture impact business strategies.
Today, organizations must change their strategy to meet the demands of the business environment. Formulating new strategies can be necessary to either protect competitive position or to take advantage of new opportunities. Changes in technology, regulations, and customer needs are some of the external forces that can require reflection on one’s current small business processes. Hiring the right people and retaining top talent are the internal forces that can impact the effectiveness of the organization. To be successful in the business market, inevitability, at some point, organizations must make changes or risk the possibility of losing customers.
Dr. McGunagle has one goal in mind with all GSMS’ clients: promote and maintain healthy organizational culture. Her exclusive health plan can help improve all small business’ bottom-lines by improving the performance of the organization. Dr. McGunagle states, "GSMS provides Benchmark Performance reports that offer a unique opportunity for our clients to see that culture is the leading indicator and the financial metrics is a trailing indicator on the health of the organization."
One client, David Middleton with Intelligent Office, says it best: "The fact is organizational culture will kick your strategy in the butt every time."
Dr. McGunagle teaches some simple wisdom:
- Lack of trust within an organization can erode its profits quicker than any competitor.
- Net income can be improved simply by eliminating conflict in the workplace.
- Poor communications and employee morale will undoubtedly hurt an organization’s bottom-line.
To learn more about Global Strategic Management Solutions’ on organizational culture, download a copy of the GSMS white paper on how CEOs can improve their bottom-line by changing the culture. Learn how Global Strategic Management Solutions’ clients use the Benchmark Performance reports to create a high performance organizational culture that provides a distinct competitive advantage.