Born in 1883, Napoleon Hill spent his life lecturing and writing the motivational classics The Laws of Success and Think & Grow Rich.
While waiting for an appointment last week, I overheard an employee complaining to his supervisor. The frustrated employee was full of criticisms and getting more and more worked up as he went through his litany of gripes. When he ran out of steam and paused, the supervisor responded. “I hear you. Do you have an idea about how it should
Here are the top 4 answers to June’s question, “What are some of the things you do (or can do) to engage the lowest paid employees in your company?”
Southwest Airlines’ enviable corporate culture includes appreciation, recognition and celebration. Many have tried to emulate it but without the commitment that makes it a success. Ginger Hardage, their recently retired Sr. Vice President of Culture and Communications shared five myths at Leadercast Live 2019.
Serving on our local electric cooperative board (East Central Energy) is an honor and a responsibility. I take it very seriously. We are the stewards of our members’ investment in their electric utility. Controversy over decisions made by the CEO and directors of Crow Wing Power recently received front page coverage in the Brainerd Dispatch. It begs the question: How could good
The dairy farm where I grew up was in west central Wisconsin; the neighborhood was filled with family-owned farms. Some farms were larger than ours; most were smaller. We were a tight knit group who helped each other out in bad times and celebrated together in good. I believed that way of life would last forever, but it was not