Donald Cooper's Blog

19Feb 2020

(Time to read this important Blog article is about 2 minutes) Employee engagement is a hot topic these days…and so it should be.  Imagine, the positive impact on your business and your bottom line if you could increase the number of fully engaged employees on your Team and get rid of the non-performers.  Employees who […]

12Feb 2020

(Time to read this article is about 90 seconds) The real battle in business today is the battle for talent.  Businesses large and small now realize that not having an engaged and top-performing Team carries a huge bottom-line cost in lost business, inefficiency, missed opportunity, low morale and high frustration!  So, employee engagement and commitment […]

05Feb 2020

(Time to read this Blog article is about 2 minutes) When I was a teenager, girls who were “easy” were popular for all the wrong reasons.  But in business, being “easy” is a very good thing.  Staples, the office supplies retailer, has created a whole marketing campaign around being “Easy” to do business with. So, […]

29Jan 2020

(Time to read this Blog article is about 60 seconds) Note:  I always write my own blogs, but this week I’m ‘borrowing’ one from a gentleman named Randy Phillips.  I have no idea who is, or what he does, but this Blog touched me.  Randy makes an excellent point about the importance of being an […]

22Jan 2020

(Time to read this article is about 2 minutes) Note:  I run this Blog each year in January.  It’s an important reminder for each of us.  This year you could have lunch alone, or skip lunch altogether.  But imagine what you could learn and accomplish if, just once or twice a week, you chose to […]

08Jan 2020

(Time to read this article is about 1 minute) A few years ago, walking through a shopping mall in Calgary, Alberta, I came across a beautiful flower shop.  Displayed outside the doorway, in the mall aisle, were mixed bunches of fresh flowers, nicely wrapped and ready to go.  A great idea to make that ‘impulse […]

18Dec 2019

Paying your staff a ‘bonus’ to coincide with the birth of a baby 2000+ years ago makes absolutely no sense at all. There…I said it! Jesus wasn’t even born on December 25th. Most scholars agree that he was born some time around March 21st. The Church cleverly chose December 25th to celebrate in order to […]

18Dec 2019

(Time to read this article is about 90 seconds) Note: When I first wrote this article a few years ago, we had such a wonderful response that it has become a December Newsletter tradition. Enjoy it for the first time…or enjoy it again. It’s a wonderful and important message for this, or any, time of […]

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