Articles by Gregory P. Smith, President, Chart Your Course International
Innovative Leadership Assessment

Keeping Good Employees Means Having Good Managers
A survey I recently completed showed 36% of the people quit their previous employer because of their supervisor. A painful statistic when you consider how difficult it is to find good people.
The Nation's Top Honor for Excellence
I have worked with hundreds of businesses and find all business owners and executives want to create excellent organizations, but many are unsure how to do it. What is needed is one business improvement model that helps improve performance in every aspect of the organization--unifying strategy from top to bottom.
People Need to Feel Appreciated

Principles of War
Fighting a war involves careful planning and consideration. The Principles of War have been used successfully for centuries by military commanders the world over as important tools toward achieving success in both war and peace.
Searching for Meaning in the New Millennium

The Sinking of Titanic

Finding the Right Professional Speaker

Transforming Workers to Winners

If the Economy is Getting Better, Where Are the Jobs
Much of the U.S. job growth in the past several months has come from lower paying, less skilled jobs such as food, office assistants, and other service sector jobs.
Does the "Deli Lama" Work Here?
The Power of a Job Title Can Build Pride and Improve Retention. The right job titles provide status and self-esteem and can help you reduce turnover and improve pride.

Gregory P. Smith, author of The New Leader, and How to Attract, Keep and Motivate Your Workforce. He speaks at conferences, leads seminars and helps organizations solve problems. He leads an organization called Chart Your Course International located in Conyers, Georgia. Phone him at (770)860-9464 or email greg@chartcourse.com. More information is available at http://www.chartcourse.com.