Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hello, old sport. Care to join us for a party?

Hello, old sport. Care to join us for a party?

“I like large parties. They’re so intimate. At small parties there isn’t any privacy.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby The Foundation’s Annual Star Gala is something I look forward to every year, and this year’s Gala promises to be better than ever. Dinner, and the awards presentation will take place on the stage […]

Overcoming Leadership Stress

Overcoming Leadership Stress

Ahhhh….. it’s good to be the boss. Well, some of the time. True leadership includes both the freedom and chains. You must be both the boss and the servant at the same time. On the one hand, you have the freedom to decide vision and direct change. On the other hand, you’re tied to everyone […]

Key Contributors to High Turnover

Key Contributors to High Turnover

Keeping turnover low is an important issue for most organizations for good reason: it has a huge impact on the bottom line. Not only is it costly to find, train and acclimate new staff, high turnover is extremely disruptive to workflow and the inner workings of a team. In addition, loosing people with key skills […]