Posts By: Guest Blogger

IT Staff: Hone in on Interests and Improve Morale

IT professionals work long hours in unique conditions which add to their stress and low morale. IT staff work an average of 71 hours each week, according to ComputerWorld. Knowing why a person chooses IT as a career in spite of these demands can help you boost the morale of your IT department. (more…)

It’s Not You, It’s Me (No Really, It Is.)

“Look honey”, I told my girlfriend, “it’s not you, it’s me.”  Thereby, in theory, absolving her of any of the need to feel bad about herself, and minimizing the amount of time I would have to spend breaking up with her. (more…)

How to Create the Perfect Home Office

Improving productivity by working out of the home office seems like an obvious choice to many professionals. Today’s guest post outlines the tools and technologies you need to make your home office most productive. (more…)

5 Ways to Nail Your Next Speech

We often blog about how to hire a speaker in Indianapolis. But today’s guest post is a message to speakers about how to be more successful when giving a talk. (more…)

To-Do List: Zero

Productivity is a word that looms in our minds; at times we feel super productive and others we are wondering where the time disappeared. (more…)

You Want Me to Give a Meeting?

You’ve been asked to give a meeting. OK, you were kind of told you were giving the meeting. But wait – you hate meetings!? There are too many and they’re too long. The last thing anyone needs is another boring one-hour lecture. (more…)

Consultants From Indianapolis Ring In On Blogging

Every writer has a different approach to the blogging process. Some may have a well-established checklist system that defines and regulates the entire writing process, while others may not. Today, we have a guest post that focuses in on blog writing and the importance for regulating reading levels. (more…)

The Best Place to Work

Where is the best place to work? Today’s guest post from Lorraine Ball asks about what makes for great workplace culture (and what doesn’t). (more…)