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Guest Post: Three Questions Every Leader Should Ask Themselves in 2019

Guest author: Ryan McCarty, Culture of Good Leadership never results from obligatory subservience, but rather from a fostering of trust. One of the greatest litmus tests of authentic leadership is the degree to which those being led possess a confidence in who they are following. This trust is not an outcome of manipulation or coercion, but rather of exemplified [...]

2019-05-28T14:52:07-04:00May 28th, 2019|

Guest Post: How to Build a Culture of Good (Well-Being) In Your Workplace and World

Guest author: Ryan McCarty, Culture of Good Is it possible to build a workplace culture where employees are just as excited walking into work in the morning as they are to leave at the end of their workday? I have worked directly with thousands of employees in over 42 states and the challenge we face as leaders is that [...]

2019-05-06T11:48:27-04:00May 10th, 2019|

When a Statesman Passes Away: Remembering Sen. Richard Lugar

 It’s rare in these politically divided times to find something upon which everyone agrees. So, it seems fitting that in death, former Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar’s impact is felt the way it was during his life: as a testament to working in cooperation with others, particularly with those across the aisle. Statements poured in from around the country yesterday, [...]

2019-04-29T13:09:23-04:00April 29th, 2019|

The Great Bachelor’s Debate: Community College, University Leadership Divided

A new survey from Inside Higher Ed shows a divide along institutional lines over the question of whether two-year colleges should offer bachelor’s degrees. About half of the states currently enable those institutions to award the degrees. Perhaps unsurprisingly, community college and university presidents are deeply divided over the idea. Sixty-eight percent of presidents at public and private four-year [...]

2019-04-17T16:44:47-04:00April 18th, 2019|

Indiana Chamber Hosting Five Business Education Seminars in May

(INDIANAPOLIS) — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is offering a number of business education events in May on topics that run the gamut from leadership skills and supervising people, to forklift safety, worker’s compensation and environmental permitting and reporting. The first two in the May lineup are part of the new ADVANCE Leadership Series, starting with a seminar on [...]

2019-04-03T10:19:10-04:00April 3rd, 2019|

ADVANCE Your Leadership, BOOST Your Skills

You talked, we listened! The Indiana Chamber is offering new employee training tracks on leadership and soft skills in 2019. The ADVANCE Leadership Series goes in-depth in areas such as emotional intelligence, productive conflict, supervising and managing and more. The BOOST series, which is still under development, will focus on workplace soft skills, created specifically to meet the feedback [...]

2019-03-28T11:48:16-04:00April 2nd, 2019|

Seven Ways Entrepreneurs Find Inspiration

Entrepreneurship starts with an idea. One of the challenges once the business gets off the ground, though, is coming up with more ideas that push the company forward. An idea often stems from inspiration and lacking that, some business owners say, can result in stagnation or a failed enterprise. “Without innovation and forward thinking, no business can succeed,” says [...]

2019-03-19T10:59:55-04:00March 21st, 2019|

Tech Talk: It’s All About the Team

There is no shortage of guidance available for entrepreneurs and business leaders. A new book by Mike Michalowicz, titled Clockwork: Design Your Business to Run Itself, offers some basic direction no matter the type of company one is building. A quick summary from the book: Have the right people, do the right things, in the right portions, right. Here's [...]

2018-08-31T10:56:55-04:00August 31st, 2018|

A One Day Special Session (and More?) Preview

On Monday, the Indiana General Assembly reconvenes to pass five bills; four had been through the entire process during the regular session that ended on March 14 and were ready for final passage. To use a basketball metaphor to describe the situation with these bills: The ball was still in the shooter’s hands when the shot clock went off. [...]

2018-05-11T13:30:02-04:00May 11th, 2018|

What the Senate Leadership Changes Mean for the Business Community

This marks the first session without fiscal stalwarts Brandt Hershman and Luke Kenley, both of whom retired from the Senate – Hershman’s announcement coming just before Christmas. While it’s hard to replace such experience and wisdom, those stepping up to fill their shoes have been waiting in the wings for a while and should make for smooth transitions. Back [...]

2018-01-08T10:24:02-04:00January 5th, 2018|