DCA hosts: Growing from Meek to Mighty

Wednesday, June 28, 2017.  3:00 – 6:00pm.   Sacramento, CA.    DCA Partners.
Midsized Companies Growing from Meek to Mighty  followed by a Distinguished Panel Discussion

Growing through acquisition is an enticing prospect for many mid-market companies. Their leaders dream of adding millions of dollars to the top line with a single stroke of the pen. Buying companies can be an awesome growth tactic, but only when the right acquirer with the right team buys the right company at the right price.  At least half the time, it isn’t all right, and then the acquisition can be a noxious growth killer.

Crain’s Cleveland Business hosts MidMarket Perspectives event

Wednesday, August 23, 2017.  Cleveland, OH.  Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Robert Sher presents workshop: Building and Maintaining a High-Performance Environment

For the last 12 years, Gallup polls consistently indicate that more than two-thirds of employees at U.S. companies are not motivated to be productive. They are either “not engaged” or “actively disengaged.” Even more important, companies with high “employee engagement” financially outperform those with low engagement. Clearly, low morale is widespread – and costly.

About Robert Sher

Robert Sher is founding principal of CEO to CEO, a consulting firm of former chief executives that improves the leadership infrastructure of midsized companies seeking to accelerate their performance. He was chief executive of Bentley Publishing Group from 1984 to 2006 and steered the firm to become a leading player in its industry (decorative art publishing).

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Forbes.com columnist, author and CEO coach Robert Sher delivers keynotes and workshops, including combining content with facilitation of peer discussions on business topics.

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