The Future of Work Relies on Your Developing These 5 Team Skills

When employees truly care about their customers, co-workers, and the company's overall mission, that attitude will show  in the bottom line. The best way to develop empathetic employees is to lead by example. 

How Can Leaders Best Serve Their Organizations Today?

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John Wooden, former coach of the UCLA Bruins, told leaders to “make each day your masterpiece.” I love that! We as leaders need to take that same approach. As you know from some of my previous articles, I’m a firm believer in servant leadership. 

2018 Top Thought Leader

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For the second year in a row, Art Barter has been named "Top Thought Leader" by Trust Across America. Art is routinely sought after to share his insights into instilling trust within an organization. As the President & CEO of Datron World Communications, Art has build the company’s culture to a high trust environment. 

Servant Leadership and Command Decisions

When you make what I call a command decision and tell your team what they are going to do to move forward, it is important that you take the time to explain why you are making the decision. 

Staying True To Your Core During Hard Times

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When you have times of challenge, don’t shy away from your core values. Don’t compromise your values in order to obtain or retain business. Your core values must stay intact. Core values are more important to the vitality of the company than any financial goals. 

CEOs Celebrate Holidays By Giving To Those In Need

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Employees, including CEO Art Barter, are busy packing hygiene kits for homeless men in a local program. The company also adopts a struggling family each year, and employees donate gifts and gifts cards to help it through the holiday season.