Bill Yeargin discusses the keys to success and how strategic thinking, self-awareness and avoiding self-deception improve leadership
Correct Craft chief executive officer Bill Yeargin hopes to catalyze the thinking of leaders, helping them improve both their leadership and their team’s performance.
Defining a win is essential to understanding success in your business
Defining a win is essential to understanding success in your business.
Good design obviously relates to products, but the concept also applies to the services a business offers
Good design obviously relates to products, but the concept also applies to the services businesses offer.
The staffing crisis isn’t going away anytime soon. Here are some tips for navigating it.
Your organization is likely facing risks that require action sooner rather than later, says Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin.
Resist navel-gazing and get real about your business successes.
Beware of navel-gazing and taking too much credit for our industry’s recent successes.
Why giving employees a voice will elevate your business.
Creating opportunities for employees to speak up can lead to transformative business ideas.
Bill Yeargin names 12 mistakes that hold back leaders.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin outlines 12 mistakes that keep leaders from reaching their potential.
CEO Bill Yeargin addresses technology and innovation.
Coming changes will be significant. Embracing them will benefit companies in ways we cannot imagine today
Every marine business must prepare for all kinds of technology that will upend the industry, fast
Every marine business must prepare for all kinds of technology that will upend the industry, fast.
Correct Craft aims for carbon neutrality by 2025.
CEO Bill Yeargin outlines how all Correct Craft companies will strive to be carbon neutral by 2025.
A glimpse into the pages of the new book Education of a CEO: Lessons for Leaders
A glimpse into the pages of Bill Yeargin’s new book Education of a CEO: Lessons for Leaders.
Companies are often great at identifying problems, but struggle to make timely decisions to solve them.
Mom knows the power of organizational culture — do you?
After signing on to Correct Craft’s recent Culture Summit, CEO Bill Yeargin’s mom now knows the organizational power of culture.
Know yourself to become a more effective leader, says Bill Yeargin.
Becoming more self-aware is a vital tool that will help you become happier and a better leader, says Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin.
How to develop an effective company culture.
Leaders must embrace the role of an organization’s chief evangelist for culture, says Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin.
Take comfort in being uncomfortable. There’s a tremendous upside in constructive criticism, if one is open to it.
Sometimes, luck or probability is on our side. But most often, a good decision is based in a solid, proven decision-making process.
When we seek validation rather than truth, we commit self-deception at its finest.
Moving from conception to reality is often disruptive and sometimes just luck. Consistency requires intent.
The road to effective leadership is littered with good intentions
The road map to effective leadership is littered with good intentions. Here are four practices every leader can embrace.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin says companies must change now or face an insurmountable challenge in the near future.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin on change.
Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin shares his takeaways from the inaugural Marine Industry Culture Summit, which his company hosted this week.
Bill Yeargin explains why hiring skilled legal immigrants has become a 10-out-of-10 policy for Correct Craft.