Fantastic insights and article by Phyllis Weiss Haserot. She is terrific with amazing insights and knowledge. My friend Phyllis Weiss-Haserot is the Cross-GenerationalVoice and the president of Practice Development Counsel, a … [Read more...] about Cross-Generational Conversation With The Elephants In the Room
My guest blogger this week is Tom Paladino,a nationally recognized leader in sustainability and the founder and president of Paladino and Company. Drawing upon his technical expertise in both architecture and engineering, Tom has … [Read more...] about The Future of Sustainability From The Expert
People Love You by Jeb Blount Link to: http://free.salesgravy.com/people-love-you-jeb-blount There are a lot of great books on the value of customerexperience. Unfortunately, they only cite best practices by B2C companies like Amazon,Apple, … [Read more...] about People Love YOU–The Real Secret to Delivering Legendary Customer Service
My guest blogger this week is from a brilliant young man, Michael Kim, who is a pure mathematician and educational consultant. He is able to make complex topics in math understandable to students everywhere. I was fascinated with our … [Read more...] about What Do Networking and Mathematics Have in Common?
Read Jamie Mittelman's story while working at the Asian University for Women (AUW), She proposed an idea that she saw as ‘killing two birds with one stone.’ Her idea wasto publish a University cookbook that used student recipes and anecdotes … [Read more...] about Food As Identity- and A Form of Communication
Detroit Symphony Orchestra returns to Carnegie Hall forthe first time in 17 years and for the first time with Leonard Slatkin toparticipate in the ground-breaking Spring for Music Festival as the firstorchestra to perform two concerts. In order to … [Read more...] about Detroit Symphony Orchestra Returns to Carnegie Hall