Tag: leadership

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

Doug Booth

What’s a relationship manifesto? Well.. Have you ever been inspired by someone or something? A cause worth getting behind? A person worth supporting? What moved you to action? Think about it… Was it WHAT they were doing? Was it HOW they were doing it? Was it WHY they were doing… Read More »

Community Champion: Maria Weir

Community Champion: Maria Weir

Ashwin Malik

We’re excited to share the story of our February Community Champion, Maria Weir! Maria makes a huge positive impact on the lives of her students through a virtual school system. Just listening to her story inspires us! Community Champion Nominations Do you know of an individual or organization that has… Read More »

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Alyssa Bean

There’s this saying that goes, “Don’t mix business with pleasure.” Alright, I get it, personal life and professional life should be separate, but why can’t business bring pleasure? Here lies the magic of a happy you and happy employees who aren’t staring at the clock every 30 seconds itching to… Read More »

Networking: From Virtual to Reality

Networking: From Virtual to Reality

Ben Thompson

Fifteen years ago, the term “networking” wasn’t part of the normal workplace vocabulary. Today, it is an essential part of successful businesses. I have created a profile on LinkedIn, an online professional networking platform through which people seek connections in order to gain credible endorsements or potentially obtain job offers.… Read More »

Community Giving For Big Hearts

Community Giving For Big Hearts

Alyssa Bean

There are some truly amazing people in the world, doing incredible things. Giving to the community, and inspiring community giving. Take, for example, a local teacher who has gone above and beyond, dedicating her time to teach kids in underserved areas. Not only does she put in the overtime, she… Read More »

3 Tips for Effectively Training New Employees

3 Tips for Effectively Training New Employees

Ben Thompson

The start of a new job heralds a new environment, new opportunities, and new responsibilities. An exciting prospect to be sure, but also daunting due to the nitty-gritty details to be learned: What’s my specific role in this team? What am I expected to accomplish? What’s the office culture? What’s considered a faux… Read More »