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As The Saws Turn: What Are You Leaking?

As The Saws Turn: What Are You Leaking?

by Jim Obermeyer I recently attended a leadership session led by one of my favorite speakers on the topic. In this session he was talking about how leaders must learn to lead in all directions – “up” (those you report to); “down” (those who report to you); “around”...
As The Saws Turn: What Are You Leaking?

As The Saws Turn: Crossing Paths

by Jim Obermeyer Think back to some of the people you have met over the course of your lifetime. And think for a moment about how you met them. Was it purely a matter of circumstance that you were actually in the same place at the same time and then met that person?...
As The Saws Turn: What Are You Leaking?

As The Saws Turn: Crate Conversations

by Jim Obermeyer If you’ve read this column more than several times in the past, you probably know that a favorite part of my job is being on the show floor. There are a lot of reasons I say that. All of the work that all of our teams—those inside our company and...
As The Saws Turn: Do The Saws Still Turn?

As The Saws Turn: Do The Saws Still Turn?

by Jim Obermeyer While wandering the aisles of EXHIBITORLIVE on the last afternoon of the show, I stopped by the ECN booth and was chatting with Don, Jeanne and Tom. At one point, Jeanne asked for clarification on the title of this column: was it “As The Saw Turns” or...
As The Saws Turn: Do The Saws Still Turn?

As The Saw Turns: Life’s Clutter

by Jim Obermeyer My mom and dad bought their first–and only–home in 1955. A ’50s era three-bedroom brick ranch home. A home where my brother and I were born and raised. A home where many memories were made. And a home where much of the stuff of those memories still...
As The Saws Turn: Do The Saws Still Turn?

As The Saw Turns: What’s Old is New

by Jim Obermeyer I recently spent two days in a series of meetings focused on sales strategy for our organization. The consensus of many in our industry is that our business is changing, and we must change with it. There is more of a focus on interacting with the...
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