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Dan Rose

The social media mistakes some companies make—such as the one Snapchat had earlier this year—should be a lesson to everyone about why it is critical to closely monitor and proofread everything your company sends out. In March 2018, Snapchat enraged the public when it ran an ad that mocked Rihanna’s domestic abuse. In 2009, the news broke that Chris Brown had brutally beaten Rihanna during an argument before The Grammy…


Dan Rose

As a manager, have you ever told a member of your staff to start thinking more strategically and “big picture”? Did you get a blank stare back like a deer in the headlights when you did? Do you think your employee may have been wondering what in the world you were asking them to do? If so, don’t worry … even veteran managers and supervisors…


Cameron Bishop

As a leader, the worst thing to surround yourself with are “Yes” men and women who blindly follow every directive without question. While it may feed the ego for some bosses, it is usually bad for the organization. Everyone, especially in management, needs people who will question things from time to time and offer alternative ways to do things. However, it’s difficult to disagree with…


Dan Rose

Summer is here, which usually means vacation time for you and your co-workers. While vacations are great and necessary for maintaining sanity, they also increase your workload. Either you’re trying like mad to get ahead and clean your desk off for those two weeks you’re spending in the mountains or visiting grandma, or you’re covering for someone else who is gone (but probably NOT visiting…