You Get Results Based On Your Choices
By Walt Grassl
Paul and Sara were attending a luncheon that brought together colleagues from their office as well as recently retired colleagues. Sara commented to Paul that some of the retirees seemed very happy and others were looking a bit lost – just as it was back at the office. She asked Paul if he had any … Read Full Article
WEST LAFAYETTE – American women have discovered and developed numerous inventions used across all industrial sectors that benefit our global society. Tabitha Babbitt was a Shaker toolmaker who invented the circular saw; Dr. Patricia Bath created the Laserphaco Probe to remove cataracts more quickly and accurately during surgery; Grace Murray Hopper conducted programming language design work that led to COBOL, one of the first computer … Read Full Article
In business today, effective influence is essential. Want your ideas implemented? You must influence others to act on them. Want more clients? You must influence people to buy from you. Want more advancement or responsibility? You must influence executives to see the value you offer. And to be an effective leader you must be able to influence others. In all respects, being able to influence … Read Full Article
Much of the stress we experience comes from our hyper-connected lifestyles, as we try to cope with the fast amount of information being thrown at us each day, explains Anne, who holds a master’s degree in organizational communication. “Our short-term memory can only store two to four items at once. When we are feeling overwhelmed or stressed, it’s not necessarily because we have so much … Read Full Article
Rick, Mintigo, a company whose integration and predictive analytics prowess make them an interesting company to watch (according to Forbes and Inc. magazines), recently conducted a comprehensive gender study on US companies with over 100 employees or over $50 million in revenue.
The results indicate that companies with over 1,000 employees should probably hire a female CEO. However, women only make up 17% of … Read Full Article