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Vistage NYC Workshop for CEOs: The Growth Myth–Successfully Exiting Your Business

The Growth Myth Are You a Business Owner Who… Seeks to exit at some point in the not-so-distant future, typically several years from now? Actively works in your company? Cares about the legacy you leave behind? Feels an obligation to people impacted by your exit: co-owners, key employees, valued customers? Desires to reach financial freedom… Read more

Why A-Players Make all the Difference in Business

Are you satisfied with your team’s performance?   Often, a company’s growth is inhibited by the competence of its team. Hiring a team of A-players will solve most of the problems a company has. Typically, there are three types of players (employees) in business: A-Players, B-Players, and C-Players. For example, in sales, B-Players meet and/or… Read more

Congratulations to Vistage NYC CEO Mark DiMassimo!

congratulations to vistage nyc ceo mark dimassimo

Mark DiMassimo was recently recognized as a three-time winner of the SmartCEO’s Future 50 Award. The SmartCEO’s Future 50 Award recognizes 50 of the region’s fastest growing, mid-sized companies. It’s not surprising that Mark’s company, DiMassimo Goldstein, won this coveted award because his company has also been a three-time Inc. 5000 winner. DiMassimo Goldstein is an INSPIRING… Read more

Elana Reiter Vistage NYC Trusted Advisor: Banker

Elana Reiter is Senior Lender, at TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®. She is responsible for working with middle market companies throughout the NY Metro area to create customized banking solutions, including structuring loans to help finance working capital, growth, equipment purchases, leasehold improvements and real estate acquisitions. Elana has been in the commercial lending… Read more

Vistage Member Mark DiMassimo Celebrates One Year

Vistage NYC member Mark DiMassimo  creates brands that inspire action. As the CEO and Chief Inspiration Officer of Manhattan’s leading advertising agency he sees his role is to inspire greatness because the people who change the world need people to inspire them while inspiring others to change it with them. Mark has been an inspiration… Read more

3 Tips for Great Management

I am so proud of my daughter who has been my best student—brings real issues, listens, takes action, and reports what happens. Here is what she wrote in her blog. Please follow her at Dear Fellow Managers, We suck. Before you curse me and defend yourself, I say this out of love—and it applies… Read more

Three Actions You can Take to Create Better Leaders on Your Team

Are you challenged with people that are not performing to your expectations? Do you feel that your employees are not doing all they could? Maybe it is caused by your mid-level managers. Authors Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman said in their book, First Break All the Rules: What The Worlds’ Greatest Managers Do Differently, that people… Read more

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