Where are the Women in Tech?

  By Terri Roeslmeier  |    Thu Jun 29, 2017

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational, Technology

According to the National Center for Women Information Technology (NCWIT), the U.S. Department of Labor estimated that 1.4 million computer related jobs would be available in the U.S. between 2010-2020. At current graduation rates for Information Technology, we can expect to fill only 32% of those jobs with U.S. Information...

Millennials in the Workplace: Refreshing the office

  By Anonymous  |    Tue May 02, 2017

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Motivational

Millennials have grown up with the technology to complete tasks that years ago would take hours to do and have mastered the use of such. This often can be an issue in an office of multi-generations. Those of older generations have systems and ways of doing things that may still...

The Power of Empathy for Building great relationships

  By Patricia Conlin  |    Mon Apr 10, 2017

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational

I have a secret to share with you. Lean in closer and I will tell you. Guess what. People don’t really want you to solve their problems. Yes, it’s true. What people really crave is connection. We are built for connection with each other and when we deny that,...

Your Water Privileges Will Be Revoked: A Lesson In Bad Leadership By Steven L. Blue

  By Anonymous  |    Tue Feb 14, 2017

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational

Years ago, during a particularly hot and humid summer, I was concerned about people in the factory. So I told the factory supervisor to see to it that plenty of bottled water was on hand. That seemed to be working well…until someone told me their water “privileges” had been suspended. Now...

An Introduction to Mary B. Lucas, The Butcher's Daughter by Mary B. Lucas

  By Anonymous  |    Mon Dec 05, 2016

Category: Columns, Expert Advice, Motivational

Although I am proud of my bachelor’s degree and will forever be loyal to my Alma Mater, ultimately, nothing can compare to the letters of distinction my father bestowed upon me: my “B.D.” degree, which stands for “Butcher’s Daughter.” I earned my B.D. by spending hours seated across the butcher-block table...

INDIVIDUALLY MENTOR YOUR TEAM

  By Barb Bruno  |    Sat Aug 06, 2016

Category: Expert Advice, Motivational

Individuals you hire have different personalities, levels of experience and core competencies, which is why it’s important to individually mentor. You cannot motivate a person who does not choose to be motivated. The reality of motivation is it comes from within. The following are ten strategies to individually mentor your...

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