Richard A Melancon, CPA

Take Your Company to the Top! Here’s how:
** Align your values with the corporate mission,
** Transition from Manager to Leader,
** Implement Best Practices so that you can delegate, monitor only the exceptions, and implement your strategic plan, and
** Use the four pillars of Integrity-based Leadership as a basis for all policies, procedures, and communications. The four pillars are 1) Honesty, 2) Clarity, 3) Transparency, and 4) High Ethical Values

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COMPENSATION – Does It Really Motivate Your Staff?

I believe many people have elevated expectations about the power, impact, and design of compensation programs. David McClelland (psychologist) believed that money is not a motivator. It is a satisfier at best, and often becomes a dis-satifier that leads to turnover.

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About the Author

Richard Melancon, CPA has helped companies nationally to improve their operations, increase staff productivity, and solve financial challenges for over 25 years. He is the author of three books:
You Can Afford the Good Life (A book for those in financial crisis who want to learn to manager their money)
18 Secrets to Increase Profit and Inspire Employees (A book that presents Best Practices for all industries)
Integrity-Based Leadership (A new leadership paradigm that allows the owner to fulfill dreams of a lifetime and instill the vision, vigor, and vitality of the owner in all aspects of the company.

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