When it comes to business development, one of the biggest challenges professionals face is finding time to do it all. I deal with this dilemma every single day. In fact, to be honest I’ve been spending the last 6 months working on a project that has been so demanding I’ve
Six months ago I was introduced to Chef Bill Bracken by the late and wonderful Orange County icon Phyllis Ann Marshall. From that meeting I was fortunate to be invited onto his Culinary Advisory Board for Bracken’s Kitchen. Since then, I (and others) have been working on various projects designed
Whether you’re Mother Teresa or Ebenezer Scrooge, you can’t deny it; Giving back to the community is a good thing. Guess what else? It’s also good for business. Not only is it an excellent way to promote your products and services – and get great exposure while doing it –
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Morale is a state of mind. It involves feelings and emotions. Since morale is created within each employee, it is often considered an elusive quality. Morale is the attitude toward or perception of the job, work environment, team members, managers and the organization as a whole. Positive employee morale is usually
Let’s face it. It’s hard to get the right person for the job. It’s even harder when you don’t know exactly what that job is. Job descriptions are tough. In my travels I’ve found most job descriptions to be inadequate at best and many close to worthless. It’s no wonder,