Learn from great teachers through one of these modern classics on the art of management and business communication.
New research indicates that perceptions of a CEO’s confidence and competence matter in terms of real dollars.
I’ve been teaching an intro to public relations class and the most recent lecture covered ethics in PR. It was a great reminder to give more thought to my actions, because looking back over the past few weeks I actually can name several instances where I could have applied ethical thought to my actions and to my recommendations.
I’ve talked about the costs of poor grammar before. There are no good excuses. The world has two billion English writers, according to Brad Hoover, CEO of Top Ten Reviews #1 ranked grammar software program, Grammarly.
Today I participated in Apiary Fund’s new Investor Profile released today. The profile is a personality assessment tool designed to help investors recognize personal characteristics beneficial or detrimental to their investment strategies.
One of our newest clients, Apiary Fund (www.apiaryfund.com), located down in Lindon, Utah, released its seven 2013 New Year resolutions to avoid your own personal fiscal cliff.
My company is booming. I’d like to say I’m one of the lucky ones – but thankfully, at least in the Salt Lake City region, I’m hearing the same from scores of other businesses too.
For every millennial worker (or manager) who has complained about lack of ease, the hard economy, or the trials of working with a challenging customer, here’s a motivational story for you.
I recently attended a meeting where we started the meeting by playing a game called “Remembering the Future.” The objective of the game was to think ahead one year into the future, and ask ourselves “We had an incredibly successful year in our organization.