Get Unstuck & On Target

Get Unstuck & On Target

We’re interviewing inspiring business leaders to uncover tips – and tools – to help you break down the barriers that are keeping… you…. stuck.

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July 22, 2021 35 min
Lisa DeWaard teaches us about differences in communication in a multicultural workplace and how this can cause miscommunication.
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In this episode, Vinnie Fisher speaks about growing businesses beyond one million dollars of annual revenue. He discusses how to change your focus.
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Scott MacGregor, CEO of Something New, talks about innovation, what companies need to do to succeed, and talent acquisition.
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HR Departments can help drive better business outcomes by empowering employees, data analysis, and driving conversations with management.
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Learn about the successes and failures of building a business with Dr. Steve Messineo, Business Development Officer at Citara Systems, Inc.
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Dan Pontefract tells us how to help ourselves and our businesses move back to normal. Leaders are anxious to move on, but life has almost just stopped for some. And Dan offers his insights.
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Louis tell us how you can distinguish yourself so you can attract and retain the very best talent. While working to create a workplace equipped for change.
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Erin’s enthusiasm is clear, she is effective in working with clients to help them understand who they are and what they're trying to accomplish.
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Dr. Nicole Tschierske discusses how women can break down barriers in the workplace and how to get noticed.
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Do you think you might suffer from burnout? If so, check out this article to learn how to manage it, and change your perspective on what’s essential.
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We spoke with Mark Graban, and we discussed the importance of managing your metrics in your field of work.
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What the heck is menu pricing? That’s what we are asking Danielle Putnam. Find out what it is and why you need it.
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Sarah Ratekin discusses her profession as a Chief Happiness Officer and what that means as a career. She discusses happiness in the workplace.
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If you have ever wondered how retirement can turn into some of your best years, check out this episode.
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In this episode, we learn about Scott’s definition of onboarding and why this experience is absolutely essential to your new employee’s success.
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This week we speak with future-proof advisor Terry Dry about adapting your business to disruptive technologies and ride the wave of inevitable change.
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Join us as we talk to Dr. Patrick Fulbright, area director of the University of Georgia’s Small Business Development Center, about the effects of COVID-19 on the social media landscape and what that means for your social media marketing efforts both today and in the coming years. We also discuss strategies for focusing your social media efforts, as well as some of the resources and services offered by SBDCs around the nation.
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In this episode, Rachel Druckenmiller shares tips for recognizing burnout, supporting emotional needs, and nurturing a sense of belonging.
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Learn what makes Sandy, a self-described “serial entrepreneur”, successful despite personal and professional loss within the past year. Mike and Sandy discuss the importance of building a network of mentors with different backgrounds. We learn why reaching out to these people for help can get you back on target easier than you might think.
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Today, Mike O’Neill talks to Pam Olson. She’s the president of Pro Logo Depot, a one-stop-shop for promotional products and business gifts that she started over thirty years ago and she’s been making an example of how a company takes care of its clients.
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