Information Governance Insights: To Print or Not to Print

Information Governance Insights: To Print or Not to Print ROBIN WOOLEN The Records Guru A few years ago an Editor for a very prominent magazine was asked if they thought they would ever cease hardcopy printing and only publish an online edition. His response was that...
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A Brief History of Fringe Benefits

A Brief History of Fringe Benefits MARC PLOOSTER Marc Plooster is an Accountant for the County of Ottawa, MI. Prior to joining Ottawa County, he worked for the City of Grand Rapids, MI in multiple roles including as a John H. Logie Fellow. Let’s talk about fringe...
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3 Ways Very Successful People Think Differently

3 Ways Very Successful People Think Differently MEIKO PATTON Meiko S. Patton is a writer for the federal government and the founder of Never Ever Give Up Academy. What would you say is the most powerful thing in the world?  What would you say if I told you that you...
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The Characteristics of Influential Leaders

The Characteristics of Influential Leaders ADAM WHITE Adam White is CEO of Adam White Speaks, entrepreneur and author of the bestselling book, “A Leader Others Will Follow: The Power of Influence. Whether you are leading a company or a country, often in leadership our...
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Attending College as an Adult

Attending College as an Adult JEFF BARISON MatchCollege is a comprehensive website for seekers of higher education providing information on over 6,500 colleges and universities in the United States A substantive shift has taken place over the last two decades with...
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Worksite Wellness Begins with You!

Worksite Wellness Begins with You! ANGELA GAFFNEY Wellness Expert, Health Coach and Author Whether you’re just starting to think about worksite wellness or have a robust program in place the same holds true; worksite wellness begins with you!  The program may provide...
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Pushing the Limits of Growth

Adapted from Pacing for Growth; Why Intelligent Drives Long-Term Success, out in Feb. 2017 It’s difficult to know what the “right” amount of restraint is for a business. Sometimes, leaders lead with too little restraint, sometimes with too much. What’s clear is that...

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Drama Is Killing Us

Adapted from Conflict without Casualties: A Field Guide for Leading with Compassionate Accountability to be released in Spring 2017. What is Drama? It’s easy to identify the behaviors of drama: gossip, secrets, triangulating, retaliating, blaming, avoiding, turf wars,...

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How to Handle Mean People

You don’t have to look far to find mean people. Back in the 60’s, when I lived in a Long Beach, CA neighborhood, there was an older gentleman who lived on our street.  There were fifty 8-to-12-year-olds on that street, so you can imagine that there was much play in...

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My 6 Pillars of Resolve

I attended a cancer conference recently and some of the medics said to me “I wish some of my patients were like you”. It didn’t register with me initially but later I realized that perhaps I had the ability to go places they couldn’t reach. A regular stumbling block...

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Career Inertia

As stated in Newton’s first law of motion: an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by a net force. If a career, a noun, can be connected to an object, also a noun, a career that is either stopped or stalled...

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