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Key Strategies for Enhancing Visibility

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How others perceive you when you’re not around is a crucial element of your success. Learn from executive coach Starla West how to become more visible in your career and among your business contacts.

Developing Leaders with Mentoring and Coaching

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Two of the most critical components of a robust leadership development program are mentoring and coaching. At the next Crane Executive Leadership series, hear Marcia Newman present on this important topic.

Thresette Briggs

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Thresette Briggs is an award-winning Consultant, Professional Speaker, Trainer, and Coach. She is the Founder, President, and Chief Performance Officer of Performance 3, a leadership and professional development firm that partners with global organizations to achieve sustainable high-performance solutions. Performance 3 has partnered with global organizations with as few as hundred and up to 10,000… Read more »

Helping Before Asking

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“Givers gain.” “Servant Leadership.” “Give to receive.” These are the phrases in many business books, but how do they work in the modern world?

Helping Leaders and Teams Resolve Conflict

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On Wednesday, April 19th, Thresette Briggs will speak at Crane Credit Union in Plainfield, Indiana, on the topic of conflict in the workplace. The event includes breakfast and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.

Jamar Cobb-Dennard

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Jamar Cobb-Dennard is a sales recruiter at Hire Sales – a sales recruiting firm that helps companies find the right salesperson fast. Cobb-Dennard is a sales, networking, and recruiting expert, and moved to Indianapolis with the dream of becoming a professional speaker and business coach. He is one of the top 200 people in the… Read more »

Rotten Attitudes In The Workplace

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To many of us, the saying “one bad apple ruins a bunch” brings up memories of overbearing lectures we received as children. But how true is this statement in the adult world of work?  According to one source, “bad apples” an the office can slow down productivity, diminish creativity and prevent successful completion of projects.

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