Archive of: Advice

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When it comes to hiring, spring has sprung May 2 2014

When it comes to hiring, spring has sprung

The N.H. market is reaching a point where employers are getting aggressive about job creation

It’s all about doing something different April 4 2014

It’s all about doing something different

If you do what everybody else does, it’s really tough to get ahead

Don’t dismiss the power of luck March 21 2014

Don’t dismiss the power of luck

Economic fortune is often, perhaps always, as much a result of good, or bad, fortune as it is savvy decision-making

The real cost of dishonesty and lack of integrity March 7 2014

The real cost of dishonesty and lack of integrity

If you can’t trust the people that work for you, you’re in a lot of trouble

The nonprofit board model shouldn’t endure – yet it does February 21 2014

The nonprofit board model shouldn’t endure – yet it does

Organizations today need boards that provide critical thinking, create a learning culture and serve as dynamic ambassadors

Up-front contracts: power in mutual respect February 7 2014

Up-front contracts: power in mutual respect

Four questions to ask of an up-front contract, which essentially set the ground rules for any new business appointment

Are you working all those hours because you have to? February 7 2014

Are you working all those hours because you have to?

It’s a lot easier when your people know what they’re doing and you don’t have to keep giving them instructions

January 10 2014

2014 technology trends for small business

From more Wi-Fi and tablets to greater bandwidth and speed

Has the LinkedIn profile replaced the resume? December 27 2013

Has the LinkedIn profile replaced the resume?

As rapid as change appears to be, many things actually evolve quite slowly

The U.S. Senate shows us how diversity works December 27 2013

The U.S. Senate shows us how diversity works

A story about how an organization can be made not just more conscientious, but more effective