Leadership

Training & Development

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

Training & Development

Secret to achieving work-life balance

What constitutes being balanced is different at different times and for different people. What counts is being focused on things that are important and this takes practice and discipline. Read full story

Training & Development

Engaging the audience is key to effective public speaking

What’s your story? Read full story

Training & Development

Finding room for forgiveness at work

Fear is a factor in an organization that reduces the opportunity to coach an employee and improve work processes. Read full story

Training & Development

10 amazing secrets of happy and successful leaders

Find out the amazing secrets of the happiest leaders. Read full story

Training & Development

Tenacity gets results

Picture a little dog dragging a huge stick, or a child determined to get to a favorite toy that is out of reach, and you have seen tenacity in action. Read full story

Training & Development

The Trickle-Down Effect of Good (and Bad) Leadership

You make a difference. Read full story

Entrepreneurship

Business lessons from the baseball diamond

Author Tim Elmore writes that the secret of Kansas City Royals' success can work for other organizations too

Author Tim Elmore writes that the secret of Kansas City Royals' success can work for other organizations too. Learn how to apply them at EntreCon this week in Pensacola. Read full story

Training & Development

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

Training & Development

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

Training & Development

Executing Excellent Customer Service

Studer Community Institute faculty member and internationally renowned speaker Bob Murphy, explains why training and development improves outcomes for individuals, businesses and the community. Read full story