The word “bullying” is often overused and misused, but that doesn’t discount the damage of the real thing. StopBullying.gov defines it as “unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.” But bullies aren’t just wreaking havoc on the playground. Bad behavior left unchecked during
Content curation is the practice of sharing content that is informative, relevant, and sometimes just plain fun. It’s a great way to keep your audience coming back to your blog and social media pages. In order to successfully curate content, you have to put some thought behind it.
You can’t simply
When talking about sustainable business practices, we tend to focus on what large, multinational corporations need to be doing differently. We criticize McDonald’s and Apple for their business practices. Of course, we are correct in doing so—for pushing these companies to act more sustainably.
However, small businesses and small business owners
One of the most vital tools in a sales person’s arsenal is a thorough knowledge of the products or services they are selling. Training for that should be customized to each company. However, a significant portion of the $5 billion a year that United States companies invest in training their
Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer was a popular television show in the 1970’s. The show was a story that brought to life the popular Christmas song. It mixed music within the story and was narrated by a snowman.
A popular song in the show was titled “Silver and Gold”, which was
Every business owner wants their company to grow. After all, expansion is fundamental to any company’s long-term success. Yet what a lot of new entrepreneurs might not realize is that there’s such a thing as too much growth.
Over the past decade, the concept of “sustainable growth” has become extremely prevalent
Every year, I make a point to set a new goal for my business. Not just for me, but for all the men and women I’m proud to call team members. The goal becomes a theme that we will build on throughout the year, affecting everyone from the CEO to
It’s the wave from the driver as you allow someone into the line of cars at the freeway on-ramp.
It’s the smile and nod as you hold the door for a stranger.
It’s the acknowledgement as you wave someone across the street as they try and dart out in front of your
Whether you want to boost profits, grow your customer base or launch a new product range or service, now is the perfect time to reflect on last year’s success and implement some New Year’s Resolutions for 2016.
No matter what your goal, productivity plays a key part in achieving everything you
Mobile apps for employee wellness programs (employee wellness apps) have long passed the point of just being a trend. Not only are there more than 40,000 of them on the market, according to the IMS Institute for Healthcare Infomatics, but many of them are free and work exceptionally well.