In business, it’s not always the person with the top title or corner office that wields the power. Every rung of the “handbook hierarchy” has its way of making a difference. Recognizing who holds the power, as well as, the kind of power they have, can help you get ahead or make your business run more smoothly.
The Dramatic RISE of Women-Owned Firms in South Dakota
There are more women in business today than ever before – and female business owners are on the rise in South Dakota! Today in our state there are 19,000 firms owned by women, contributing $2.6 billion to the state’s annual revenue.
Cool modern gadgets (worthy of James Bond) that make life easier.
It’s not just for the Sales Team anymore.
In a changing business market, persuasion has become more than a sales tool. The Harvard Business Review recently declared persuasion as the most important skill for a new business owner.
The Power of Innovation - Bill Harris, PhD., Medical Entrepreneur
The Power of Customer Service - Steve Hillebrand, Coffee Connoisseur
The Power of Leadership - John Baranek, Executive Coach
The Power of Collaboration - Anita Keeley, Designer