Leadership training

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Where does your time go?

The most successful people have a clear understanding of the value of their time and that time is money. Read full story

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Hiring Talent: Getting the Right People in the Right Seats for Your Organization

The cost of a bad hire can be anywhere between $5,000 and $50,000. Learn how to avoid that expense at SCI's March 7 workshop. Read full story

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Finding the good in your leader

Being a leader is difficult. Being in the middle is even more difficult. In the midst of your own daily grind at the workplace, take a second to empathize with anyone in a supervisory role. Read full story

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Living up to being a leader

Five identifying traits of both high-performing employees and underperforming leaders. Read full story

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Happy employees: One of the keys to a successful organization

Happy employees take better care of the customer — you can operate a business based on love and care and in the end, not only is it profitable, but all of our stakeholders can thrive. Read full story

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Six reasons why high-performing companies invest in leadership training

Organizations who invest in employee training and development have an average of 24 percent higher profit margins and a 218 percent higher income per employee. Read full story

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EntreCon: Talking Small Business with Superior Granite

Quint Studer talks about small business Read full story

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SCI Training earning rave reviews, more training on the way

What did your fellow workshop-goers think of "Leading and Managing Change" hosted by Studer Community Institute and WSRE. Read full story

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Is the training worth the ticket?

Weighing the costs, benefits of training in person versus online

In-person training can be a big investment, but with strategic planning you definitely can make it an investment with a big pay off. Read full story

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Achieving Goals and Getting Things Done

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Key question for every business leader

As a business owner how do you determine what your number one priority is every day? Read full story

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Conjunction junction, what’s your function… in leadership?

Even though grammar wasn’t my favorite subject in school, I do remember learning about transitions. These are the little words or phrases that connect one idea to another. They may seem insignificant, however transitions play a very important role. Phrases like “in contrast” or “on the other hand” are the word bridges that connect one thought to a different thought in the same sentence. These types of transitions in the English language are used as the strategic pauses to subtly let the reader know things are changing. Done well they help guide and ease the reader through the change in thought. Read full story