Talk About a Cozy Treat: Check Out the Homemade Apple Sauce from Detroit’s Redsmoke
It’s fall in Michigan, and that means several things: Cooler nights, great autumn leaves and color-changing tours as well as cozy, comfort foods. That is where Redsmoke Barbecue in Greektown comes in. The family-owned business recently marked its fifth year of service and is introducing several new foods and drinks to its menu. Located in...
At Your Service: United Shore’s Valet Parking Helps Their Workers Feel Like Royalty
Mortgage wholesaler United Shore in Troy treats all employees like celebrities with their valet car service and other amenities. It's all about making workers feel special and valued, the company says.
Language Access: Don’t Just Overcome a Barrier, Build a Bridge
Increasing diversity in the workplace demands investment in interpreters, technology and bilingual talent, with an eye toward cultural competency. Companies across all industries can benefit from language access planning.
It is Personal – Very Personal
You should eliminate the phrase “it’s not personal” from your repertoire. Adding objectivity in your best practices will help eradicate this false communication.
Are You Spending Your Management Time, Or Investing It?
Far too many sales managers “spend” their time when they think they are “investing” their time. Here’s how to invest your time wisely.
Five Steps To Unleash Innovation and Improve Work Culture
Getting your people to contribute more to your organization while simultaneously establishing stronger talent retention must cost a pretty penny, right? Not really, says corporate coach Maxine Attong. “You don’t necessarily need to add expensive new ingredients to the stew, you just have to know how to use your ingredients better,” she says. “A talented...