Attracting funding from the investment community for a small public company or promising startup just got a whole lot easier, thanks to a new book titled FUNDaMentals: The Corporate Guide to Cultivating Investor Mindshare (BSH, 2013, 278 pages).
(I-Newswire) Attracting funding from the investment community for a small public company or promising startup just got a whole lot easier, thanks to a new book titled FUNDaMentals: The Corporate Guide to Cultivating Investor Mindshare (BSH, 2013, 278 pages).
In her latest effort, prolific entrepreneur and business book author Dian Griesel, Ph.D. builds on her 20 years of frontline experience, in which she and her team of communications professionals led hundreds of CEOs of publicly traded companies to thousands of one-on-one meetings with fund managers. Here she shares what was learned by attending these critically important meetings and by working with these CEOs, CFOs and COOs. As a result, the book shows public and soon-to-be-public companies how to vastly improve their chances of a positive reception (and subsequent major investment) from the financial capital markets.
The book pulls no punches in describing the importance of corporate transparency. It offers proven strategies for communicating the extensive information required by investors before they will consider financially committing their resources to a given company, no matter how worthy their product, service or mission.
FUNDaMentals shows how to:
• Establish and maintain rewarding relationships with….
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These are challenging times that test even the best companies but top performing companies focus on four key principles to successfully achieve business results.
(i-newswire.com) These are challenging times that test the competence and endurance of even the best companies. “Our research on how top-performing companies manage change and how they are able to execute strategies effectively reveals some interesting differences between companies that are able to weather an economic downturn and least successful companies,” says Rick Lepsinger, president of OnPoint Consulting. Top-performing companies are characterized by cultures that are flexible, participative, and innovative-and they translate these cultural attributes through leader behavior.
“Leaders in top-performing companies are capable in four areas-managing paradoxes, leading change, participative leadership, and leading by example,” reveals Lepsinger. It is critical that your leaders have mastered the following skills:
Effectively managing paradoxes. Leaders in top-performing companies are better at finding the right balance between what appears to be mutually exclusive outcomes such as achieving short- and long-term goals and establishing control and providing autonomy.
Using the five keys to managing change. OnPoint’s research identifies five behaviors that enhance their ability to manage change effectively. Leaders need to be forthright about the change and its impact, model behaviors that support the change, set realistic objectives, ensure that they have adequate resources, and….
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(Press Release Service) The key to surviving and thriving in tough times is flawless execution. “Creating a culture of execution begins with the knowledge that developing plans and strategic initiatives is just the starting point,” says Rick Lepsinger, President of OnPoint Consulting. “It also requires adopting the mindset that a highly skilled and engaged work force-while important-will not ensure effective execution.”
Lepsinger’s book, Closing the Execution Gap: How Great Leaders and Their Companies Get Results, describes what top performing companies do to consistently translate strategy into results. OnPoint’s study found that almost half of those surveyed believe..
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