United Way would like to show our appreciation for our company sponsors, donors, employee campaign managers, volunteers, and advocates. As a thank you for their support, below are articles from Through Eagles Eyes, written by Diane Winn and Tom Searcy, which will be posted monthly. These inspirational articles will discuss today's management and leadership hot topics.
Diane Winn and Thomas Searcy co-founded Through Eagles Eyes, Inc. in 2006. Through Eagles Eyes, Inc. is a talent management organization. It works with medium sized companies to drive profit growth through their people development. Improved productivity throughout an organization is its goal. Both Diane and Tom have extensive background in the financial consulting field (over 50 years combined) which gave them extensive experience in understanding the challenges business leaders face, as well as gaining expertise in coaching them through those challenges. Diane is a Professional Certified Coach, one of only a few in Indiana, and Tom is certified in neuro-linguistic programming, the basic science of communication that forms the basis for coaching practice. Also, Eagle Eyes' ability to support performance excellence for its clients took a giant step forward with its alliance with Kerry Garman, SPHR, a highly skilled professional in training, coaching and organizational development.
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We have been reading articles since the first of 2013 about the rush by central bankers around the world to monetize (inflate) away their trade problems. By inflating their own currency, they weaken their currency and thus make their exportable goods more competitive to would-be foreign buyers.
That has worked in many cases. (Korea destroyed Japan’s trade advantage doing exactly this from the late 1980’s to present) The fly in the ointment shows up when ALL major international competitors attempt the same strategy at the same time. Then it begins to look like Russian roulette with all the chambers full of live ammo.
What results is the lucky few close to the action - printing the money – gain dramatically while everyone else ends up holding the bag. Last year, Forbes List of the 50 richest Americans included “eleven investors, financiers and hedge fund managers”. In 1982 there were none in this category.