Proactive, Reactive Or a Little of Both?

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February 8, 2012
Proactive, Reactive Or a Little of Both?

Tweet In a recent meeting, one of the quieter members, after jotting down a couple of notes on a yellow pad, brought up a critical point. Are we proactive or reactive in assessing issues and finding solutions? That got the whole group thinking which was good; this room was filled with key leadership. Leadership...
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How Corporate Team Building Programs Increase Productivity

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February 6, 2012
How Corporate Team Building Programs Increase Productivity

Tweet Productivity is often defined as a measure of a quantity of output. In business terms, productivity is the amount and quality of work that an employee completes within a given period of time. It seems like a fairly simple process, right? Well, like most things related to business, it is easier said than...
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Setting SMART Goals

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February 4, 2012
Setting SMART Goals

Tweet Goals are everywhere, whether in the workplace or personal goals that you set for yourself.  But, so many goals end up unreached and there’s a major reason for this.  People don’t set SMART goals Making SMART goals applies to all goal-setting, personal and professional.  To create a SMART goal, your goal should meet...
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Getting to Great is Personal!

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January 30, 2012

Tweet What does it take to be great at what you do? Most people in Indiana and across the...
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Take Advantage of Big Game Networking Opportunities

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January 30, 2012

Tweet With the NFL championship game coming to Indianapolis this week, the city and surrounding towns will be packed...
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Increasing Sales Is Knowsweat

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January 26, 2012

Tweet Most gyms and health clubs are packed with new customers in January since it’s common for people to...
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Three Questions Create Facilitation Success

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January 25, 2012

Tweet Way back in the early 1980’s, an organizational phenomenon was taking place across a good part of America...
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