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Meet Joe Szczechowicz (pronounced SHUH-huh-vich). He’s the owner of Szczechowicz Landscape Services, a landscape design/build and maintenance firm in Rowley, Mass. In business since 1975, SLS has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but the height of the recent … Continue reading

The “11 Principles of Leadership” sounds like a class an executive might take to further his or her leadership skills, but it’s actually a class taught at The United States Military Academy. I came across this information earlier last month … Continue reading

When you think of a leader, you might think of someone who is ambitious, organized, well-versed, among other favorable adjectives. Those words may very well describe you! But even with the best leaders, there’s always room for improvement. Skills in … Continue reading

Les Lightfoot has been a huge champion for the A Better Way 2 Learn Financials program since he completed it in 2013, so it’s only natural that we write our first case study about the strides his company, Lightfoot Enterprises, … Continue reading

Remember the reason why you hired your employees? Maybe it was the ambitious personality displayed in the interview, the professional follow-up or the beyond impressive resume. Either way, there was a reason that compelled you to make that offer and … Continue reading

Can you believe the year is already halfway over? After being trapped in a seemingly endless winter, it’s a shock to the system to step out into the sunlight only to realize it’s almost June! If you’re reading this blog … Continue reading

The following post is adapted from Frank Ross’s Landscape Management post back in 2010. Eager to hear more insights from Frank? Sign up today for his June 9 Mid-Year Financial Checkup webinar, presented in partnership with Landscape Management. In my … Continue reading

Frank Ross’s post was originally published in Landscape Management magazine. His insights are so valuable, they’re worth sharing from our site. And with his Mid-Year Financial Checkup webinar coming up on June 9, now’s the time to revisit! The absolute best … Continue reading

  When companies begin a training program, they have an expectation that their employees will become more proficient and skilled in their day-to-day job activities, and this is certainly a realistic expectation and an expression of outward growth of the … Continue reading

Frank Ross’s post was originally published on Landscape Management magazine’s website. His insights are so valuable, they’re worth sharing from our site, too! Invariably, all of us sages are queried with: “You’ve been around the country. You see things. So, what kind … Continue reading