Monthly Archive:: December 2015
More than once you’ve probably looked at some new digital or technological development and asked yourself, “How did we miss that?” In order to chart the best way forward, you must understand emerging trends: what they are, what they aren’t, and how they operate. Such trends are more than shiny objects; they’re manifestations of sustained
Studies on power posing show that intentionally adjusting your body posture, facial expressions, and voice can help you express your ideas and concerns and win greater influence. This is true no matter what title or position you hold. Simply comporting yourself as if you’re a rung or two higher makes people act more deferentially toward you.
Modern society gives some great rewards to entrepreneurs who find what people need and want, and provide it. This exchange is huge part to the free market philosophy that has led to much prosperity (although unfortunately not for everyone). Successful business people are well rewarded for their ability to provide what society wants. Sometimes these
BY GWEN MORAN Conventional wisdom tells us that the way to foster career growth within a company is to look for the paths to growth and then take steps that have been defined. But Teri Cartensen, president of bank solutions at Fiserv, a $5.1 billion financial-services technology company, says that the best way to climb
Senior Business Consultant Josh Billington of the Small Business Development Center addressed those in attendance for the Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corporation’s Manufacturer’s Appreciation Luncheon on Tuesday at Lake Superior State University. Billington outlined a variety of services available to local manufacturers that could help them increase sales and expand their workforces through consultation,