A Sunday Stroll Turned into Much More for This Formerly Disengaged Employee
It was just another Sunday in 2006 – or at least, that’s how it seemed at first to Don Turner, who was on his usual morning walk dreading the thought of going back to his job in corporate America on Monday morning. He had been feeling less engaged with his work, and his goals no...
Detroit to Gain New Cycling Business Through Hatch Detroit Competition Winner
When Amina Daniels hurt her knee years ago, she started cycling as a way to exercise while respecting her body’s new limits. This former New Yorker knew that she had to keep moving to achieve her goals. Daniels and her business partner Jackie Palmer have moved that passion for fitness into another direction – they...
Tips from an Improv Performer to Improve Your Public Speaking Skills
Many jobs come with instruction, whether it is a job description, an employee manual or the like. But for the performers who work throughout the summer and into fall at the Renaissance Festival in Holly, much of what they do is spontaneous and based on the basics of improv comedy. The 37th Annual Michigan Renaissance...
How to Solve Sales Woes Through Activity Management
A good activity management program is within the reach of any company, whether you have one salesperson or 1,000 – and it can be your best friend in developing sales results.
Six Tips to Prevent Poaching Intellectual Property Along with Employees
Free market economies work best when companies strive to improve their products and services—and employee-poaching can be an effective tactic in the fight to stay competitive. But be careful not to cross the line of fair competition when hiring new talent.
Wolverine Worldwide Builds a Footwear Powerhouse
With 15 brands in 200 countries and territories, globally nimble giant remains well positioned for even more growth.