Nexecute’s Take on BHAGs

It’s no secret we enjoy learning at Nexecute. When it comes to knowledge, we’re human sponges—in classrooms, in boardrooms, and in books. We’re perpetually reading and recommending literature to improve professional acumen. In the business world, there are a handful of titles—and authors—you’ll hear again and again. Jim Collins is one of those authors. He…

Six Questions That Will Help You Create Achievable Business Goals

When creating your strategic plan, it’s important to include goals that you can work towards. In a lot of ways, goals are like turning points in your business. When a goal is met, it means you’ve reached a new height in your business, which sometimes requires important decisions and actions to be taken to grow…

Letters from a Mentor – Have Courage

Following an invitation, Mark Freier wrote a letter to a “young executive” regarding the importance of courage in the fast-paced world of executives:   My Young Friend, You’ve made it through your teenage years. That is a feat! You’ve decided on a career as an executive. That took guts! What you do next will take…

Why Nexecute Acts as Trusted Advisors Not Business Consultants

How many times have you had a consultant sitting across from you telling you what you need to do when you realized you weren’t paying full attention? There may have been thoughts going through your head like “What does this person really know about my business?” Has this consultant ever lead a company? Yes, they…


The Top 6 Soft Skills Needed To Be An Effective Leader

The Top 6 Soft Skills For Business Leaders If you’re a leader within your organization you may have an MBA, decades of work experience, or a precocious knack for management (or maybe even all three). But sometimes, even the most prepared person needs leadership resources. Just because you have a leadership title, doesn’t necessarily make…