Knowledgebase Type: Leadership

Attracting & Retaining Young Engineering Talent

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Attracting & Retaining Young Engineering Talent If attracting and/or retaining young engineering talent is of importance to you, then you must read the article “To Retain Young Workers, Change Workplace Norms” in the January 2021 Edition of Manufacturing Engineering.   The article is based on the Workforce Leadership Exchange at FABTECH 2020.   Gain insight from the

Learning from the Pivots Around Us

Insights from Steve Wood, Work Opportunities Unlimited CEO, and author of the blog http://steveonleadership.com/ I find stories interesting about how entrepreneurs and businesses pivot and change directions. Later in this article I’ll share four of my favorite “pivot” stories from brands you will likely recognize. But first let me tell you about Barry Sansoucie. Barry

Leaders Beware – Google Done Taught Me Everything I Know

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Google done taught me everything I know. I have been a defendant in only one court case. Sadly, that case contributed to my loss of interest in teaching college and is directly related to today’s topic. I’ll tell you that story later. When our founding leaders formed the United States, they wrestled with this paradox

Financial Statements for Non-Finance People

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Financial Statements for Non-Finance People Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019 Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT Presenter: Steve Wood   Listen Now!   Using easy to understand terminology, this webinar will describe different types of business financial statements. We will use a sample small business as a case study and will include examples of how

No More Negative Waves, Coach

I lunched this week with a senior banker friend, who I used to work with many years ago. During lunch he shared a coaching challenge he is having that is the same challenge managers from several industries have shared with me – he has a younger commercial loan officer who is “okay,” but is not