The bulk of my career was spent at one Fortune 500 company. We had performance reviews, orientation, training, annual career counseling and everything else that is just supposed to happen to make you successful. I never realized I was in corporate Disneyland.
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If you’re an entrepreneur, listen up: there is something that might surprise you. Believe it or not, one of the most important roles you need to play in your business is communicating with yourself. While this sounds a bit bizarre, it’s a must and in today’s post, Robby Slaughter tells you why.
Usually, we think of competition as beneficial. But today’s anonymous guest post is a story from a company that shows what happens when people work at cross purposes.
I love my house, but I can’t deny there is a bit of quirkiness about it. And despite the fact that it was built in the 80’s and has an abundance of outdated “perks” all over the place, perhaps the most noticeable oddity is the mismatching windows.
Business researchers at the Wharton School are focusing on the way we shop. Some paths through the supermarket are more efficient than others, changing grocery store layout from intuition to science.
Everyone needs to write well at work to succeed. Good writing improves career opportunities; good promotional writing improves customer relationships and boosts sales.
Grow Your Business™ Coaching founder Jack Klemeyer is recognized as a preeminent resource as a coach, speaker, trainer and facilitator of Mastermind groups for business owners and professionals.
On Wednesday, December 7th, Jack Klemeyer will speak at Crane Credit Union in Plainfield, Indiana, on the topic of networking. The event includes a light breakfast and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.
Camishe Nunley is a prominent Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Trauma Specialist currently practicing as a private practitioner in Carmel, Indiana. Camishe has been employed in many different counseling settings before transitioning into solo practice which includes: Community Mental Health Agencies, Correctional Community, Universities and for profit private Agencies. As a Certified Trauma Speicalist,… Read more »
Cindy Allen-Stuckey, founder and CEO of Making Performance Matter, challenges you to answer these questions: You spend many hours developing your business strategy. So, why is there a gap when you execute it? What’s keeping it from “coming to life?” Making Performance Matter collaborates with organizations to convert strategy into action by developing customized “people… Read more »
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 »
At most organizations, there’s a management team that decides when to stroke a check. How do you convince managers to spend money on business speakers or consulting?
You would think using social media at work would cause distractions. You would also think that workplace productivity would suffer. One study shows that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Most every company these days is in the business of giving advice. But here’s a surprising tip for companies that give advice for a living: you need someone outside your company leading the charge.
You’ve been to see speakers in Indianapolis, whether at networking events, conferences, or training. But most business marketing departments tend to spend their money on passive forms of advertising and awareness. Why not leverage speakers and build an audience for your brand?
Debating as to whether or not paperless receipts would increase productivity in your business? If so, perhaps some advice from Lavon Temple at Delivra will help make your decision easier. Take a look at the pros and cons she discovered after researching the topic.
AccelaWork’s business process consulting expert, Robby Slaughter, contributed a post to Delivra’s blog about blog subscribers. You can read the post here. But for your convenience, it has been posted in its entirety below.
AccelaWork has covered the topic of disrupted travel and its effect on employee productivity due to faulty business improvement solutions on several occasions; however, nothing so far can compare to the bungle made by China Eastern Airlines.
Want some business consulting advice that might surprise you? AccelaWork principal Robby Slaughter appeared in the Indianapolis Business Journal with some thoughts on a very small word.
In a recent episode of Dilbert, an overconfident business consultant has a sudden realization.