Craig Dalton says that “transparency in our processes, timelines, and purpose ” is “essential” when turning risky ideas into good business. link here
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.
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February 2, 2012
January 25, 2012
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…
January 5, 2012
Often we women wonder how to get the necessary funding for our business. Jean Brittingham has some valuable insights. Link here.