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Today's workplace is a challenging one. At a party the other night I was talking with a new friend who was communicating her subtle unhappiness with the large corporation she worked for. During a meeting, one of my clients began discussing the insecurity she and others in her company feel due to organizational changes and the transitional nature of her industry
If the growth of U.S. franchising continues at its current rate, domestic sales alone could top the $1 trillion mark by the year 2000, says the International Franchise Association, the world's oldest and largest organization representing the sector. Franchisors are also finding fertile ground for their operations beyond U.S. borders, reports a study by the IFA Educational Foundation
Picture this scenario: in the past, you were a successful dentist, surgeon, or chiropractor. Your hands were your livelihood. You worked in an area that involved a fine degree of tolerance, an area in which a mistake could be detrimental to the well being of your patients