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Common Sense: Lead by example. Never ask someone to do something you are not prepared to do yourself. This will earn you the respect of your workers.
I find it interesting how people tend to have knee-jerk reactions to certain things. It’s kind of like a Pavlovian response we turn to...
Now is the time for some imaginative management techniques to motivate the work force now more than ever before in the year 2019
Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company seeks to widen the product's appeal amid slowing sales.
Sizing up a future of a network without its kingmaker, Wall Street sent shares of CBS down sharply Monday, the first day of trading since the departure of Les Moonves.
RE/MAX Bay to Bay, a member of Ramos Companies, announced today that they have entered an agreement to acquire Belle Maison Realty. Belle Maison Realty of Riverview, FL.
Remarkably, there are a lot of people who don't understand the basics of running a productive meeting, hence the problem as exemplified by Martin's movie. There is nothing magical about conducting a good meeting. It just requires a little preparation, along with some leadership and structure during its execution.
What is emerging is a new “digital divide” among the generations whereby Generation Z is losing the sense of how to use a simple keyboard and mouse. Consequently, the use of such things as spreadsheets and other programs designed around the keyboard and mouse are becoming nebulous concepts. For example, they are at a loss as to entering data or formulas into a cell in a spreadsheet.
The following is the ten most popular myths in the field. Obviously, it is not all inclusive. It is simply the ten most commonly used. Let's look past the facade of each of these for a moment and see what they really mean.
Earlier this year, following Scott's months of fighting for critical funding and support for the state's citrus industry, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced $340 million in federal funding to aid the industry’s recovery from Hurricane Irma. Now that a grant for this has been approved in an agreement between the USDA and the State of Florida, it will be considered by the Florida Legislative Budget Commission (LBC) Thursday.