Do your employees think like an owner? If so, most likely they are engaged in their work. Simply put, engagement is a measure of how frequently employees think and consciously reflect on their actions and performance and how those actions affect the organization. Employees who think like owners are more engaged, more likely to do …
Corporate power structures are not always what they seem. Original article contributed by Greg Vandal. Related Event: NEXT - Chamber's Emerging Leaders Meeting, 3/12/19
We all know that people fear change...or do they? Read on to find out how you can help encourage the next generation of business professionals to embrace change with enthusiasm. Original article contributed by Greg Vandal, Vox Liberi. Related Event: 2019 Unite for Success High School Summer Internship Program
New and unusual experiences may improve your problem solving abilities. Original article contributed by Jill Copeland. Related Event: Evening at the Capital, 2/13/19, 5 - 7 p.m. @ Best Western Plus Capitol Ridge, 161 St. Anthony Avenue, St. Paul
It can be difficult to face the uncomfortable situation of apologizing when you are in the wrong. How do you know when you are wrong? Don't lose time, sleep, or your sanity over what could be a simple solution. Related Event: Sauk Rapids Chamber Meeting, 1/24/19
In the daily rush to accomplish our work tasks, one important and major duty often gets overlooked: personal skill development. Related Event: Session Priorities Dinner, 1/9/19, 4 - 9 p.m.
As business leaders we must be careful about complacency. When times are good, invest in your future! Original article contributed by Mike Roth. Related Event: Supervisor Development Certificate Program - January 2019