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About: lmenlo

Louise Menlo has expe­ri­ence in mul­ti­fac­eted exec­u­tive man­age­ment and con­sult­ing with small and medium sized orga­ni­za­tions. She works glob­ally with mar­ket­ing firms, gov­ern­ment agen­cies, man­u­fac­tur­ing firms, and ser­vice indus­tries. She held fac­ulty posi­tions in her early years where research in cog­ni­tive behav­ior played a large role. Through­out her life she con­tin­ues to focus on learn­ing how people’s behav­iors inter­act with the other folks in their lives. Louise is an award win­ning jew­elry designer, loves travel and swims daily.

Recent Posts by lmenlo

Craig Dal­ton says that “trans­paren­cy in our process­es, time­lines, and pur­pose ” is “essen­tial” when turn­ing risky ideas into good busi­ness. link here

Craig Chap­pelow says that there are ways to do this–just not the ways that we typ­i­cal­ly have been told.  Link here.

What skills do I have that match what employ­ers need and where they don’t match how to I turn them into per­son­al assets? Too many of the unem­ployed do not have the skills that employ­ers now say they need. What hap­pen to “on the job train­ing”? To intern­ships? Appren­tice­ships? How can employ­ers bring on board moti­vat­ed work­ers who need some addi­tion­al train­ing to meet the demands of the jobs for which they are hired? Today too many employ­ers, out-of…

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Often we women won­der how to get the nec­es­sary fund­ing for our busi­ness. Jean Brit­ting­ham has some valu­able insights. Link here.

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