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The Office Pantry IS Company Culture: The Role of Physical Workspaces

The Office Pantry IS Company Culture: The Role of Physical Workspaces

Workplaces are physical manifestations of a company’s culture. Kurt L. Darrow, chairman, president, and CEO of La-Z-Boy Incorporated, a furniture manufacturer based in Monroe, Michigan, says, “Space matters. Facilities matter when people are choosing where to work, where to go to school, how they can work, how they feel good.” A company promoting a culture...  LearnMore
Wozniak & Jobs: A Study in Emotional Intelligence

Wozniak & Jobs: A Study in Emotional Intelligence

Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs spent almost 10 years in garages working together and tinkering with and mastering electronics projects. What drove them was their shared Grit—a blend of Conscientiousness, Achievement Drive, and Innovation—the behavioral drivers that focused their IQ and intellectual curiosity and was the common denominator on which their relationship and Apple Computer...  LearnMore
What Will the Next-Generation Workforce Look Like?

What Will the Next-Generation Workforce Look Like?

It’s critical to recognize the generation beyond Gen Z. This is Generation Alpha, only 7 years old in 2017 and 15 years old by 2025. Generation Alpha members will be the most diverse of all the generations. In 2011, Generation Alpha reached a demographic milestone: there were more Generation Alpha babies born to minority families...  LearnMore
When Managers Repeat Themselves....

When Managers Repeat Themselves….

Let’s say you’re working with the owner of a real estate firm in a rural community. “The woman who works the front desk is constantly coming to work late,” the owner explains. “Have you talked to her?” you ask. “Repeatedly” is the response. “And then what happens?” you continue. “She’s on time for a few...  LearnMore
3 Ways to Effectively Lead Through Changing Times

3 Ways to Effectively Lead Through Changing Times

A fresh voice on leadership and a senior leader at one of the world’s largest communications networks, Elise Mitchell author of Leading Through the Turn reveals why success comes by focusing on the journey, not just the destination. May you live in interesting times. I’ve never been sure if that’s a blessing or a curse. But the...  LearnMore
3 Ways a Potential ACA Repeal Will Influence Your Taxes

3 Ways a Potential ACA Repeal Will Influence Your Taxes

By Eva Rosenberg, author of Small Business Taxes Made Easy. This week, our new president is being sworn into office. While Trump has a lot of things on his agenda to accomplish in the first week, we are concerned about the tax law changes that are apt to take place. Good news, folks. Tax changes won’t...  LearnMore
William Bernstein: The "Coin Toss" Gamble of the Common Stock

William Bernstein: The “Coin Toss” Gamble of the Common Stock

Imagine that you work for your rich but eccentric Uncle Fred. He is a conscientious and kind employer, and after you have spent some years in his service he decides to let you in on the company pension plan. You are 30 years old and will work for your uncle until you retire in 35...  LearnMore
The 2 Key Lessons to Create Customers-as-Partners

The 2 Key Lessons to Create Customers-as-Partners

From The Startup Equation: A Visual Guidebook for Building Your Startup, by Steven Fisher and Ja-Nae Duane When you begin building relationships between your business and customers, understand that there are really two ways to create that relationship. Staying Casual: You have something a potential customer may need. You make the sell and an exchange...  LearnMore
8 Ways to Better Engage Your Customers

8 Ways to Better Engage Your Customers

Excerpted from THE COMMUNICATION CLINIC: 99 Proven Cures for the Most Common Business Mistakes, by Barbara Pachter and Denise Cowie. Ways to Engage with People—for People Who Don’t Like to Engage! My customer complained to my supervisor that I answered the phone, “Yeah. What’s up?” I was told that if I wanted to move up...  LearnMore
Should You Buy Real Estate Now, or Wait?

Should You Buy Real Estate Now, or Wait?

This is a guest blogpost from John Schaub, author of BUILDING WEALTH ONE HOUSE AT A TIME, Updated and Expanded. There are two arguments for buying sooner. One is today’s low interest rates and the second is the strong rental market. Any decision to buy an investment property should be based on the amount of...  LearnMore
Taking Medical Solutions To the Patients

Taking Medical Solutions To the Patients

Adapted from The Innovator’s Prescription, PB: A Disruptive Solution for Healthcare, by Clayton M. Christensen. In most industries, when radically new technology emerges that enables people to do things that previously were impossible, the technology is so expensive and complicated, that provision of the service must be centralized. The people and the problems flow to...  LearnMore
The Physician Champion of the EHR

The Physician Champion of the EHR

Adapted from IT’s About Patient Care: Transforming Healthcare Information Technology by C. Harris, MD, Chief Information Officer of Cleveland Clinic. The physician champion is a professional personification of the “like attracts like” idea that says that human beings tend to be attracted to other people who are like themselves. It is by no means a...  LearnMore