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TAG: Leadership

Leadership Advantage: Leading forward

November 10, 2020By
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Landscape Management columnist Ken Thomas describes how the leaders of landscape companies can effectively guide their teams into 2021. read more

How Sun Valley Landscaping has adapted throughout COVID-19

June 23, 2020By
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Paul Fraynd, CEO of Sun Valley Landscaping, talks about the importance of having strong leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. read more

How to win in good times and in bad

April 10, 2020By

Landscape Management columnist Marty Grunder of Grunder Landscaping Co. explains how to make sure your company wins in good times and in bad times. read more

Grow with Grunder: Be the leader your team needs

March 19, 2020By

With spring about to bloom, everyone in our industry is going to get incredibly busy. Most companies I know are continuing to grow ā€” some quite rapidly ā€” as the economy keeps humming along and demand for our services remains strong. These are good problems to have, of course, but they can also lead to some stressful days. While making... read more

BBP Leadership and Sales Summit slated for Jan. 29-30 in Las Vegas

December 17, 2019By

Bach Business Partners will host a two-day training event for landscape business owners, general managers and sales professionals to kick off 2020. The BBP Landscape Leadership & Sales Summit will take place Jan. 29-30 at New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Sales and leadership in the green industry will be the central theme of the agenda, which... read more

Leadership and responsibility in the green industry

October 9, 2019By
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In advance of GIE+EXPO, Iā€™m going to depart from my normal column crammed with tables, charts and formulas to share a few thoughts on leadership and responsibility to our people and industry. If you live long enough, you get to see everything all over again. What I mean is that in business, there are predictable patterns that shape the future.... read more