Brush your teeth moments give us space to challenge ourselves every day – to set the stage to be better than the day before.
Maybe we should hold on to 2020, at least a little bit. There are some things that we fought like hell for that we do not want erased.
Businesses are beginning to realize that they have privilege, power, and platform to make a difference in the world. With this increased awareness, comes increased responsibility.
Veterans and active military members can be some of the most creative, diligent, natural leaders in the workforce. They already possess many skills that would cost your business thousands of dollars to train. I see the value of my own military background exhibited in my career every day. Here are just a few of the top reasons to hire a veteran or active military member to your team.
In the latest episode of “Diversity Straight Up,” hosts Sarika Bhakta and Anthony Arrington take the show live for EntreFEST 2020 in Cedar Rapids, with guests Pernell Cezar, Sona Raziabeegum and Jacob Hsu. They talk George Floyd, bias, stepping outside …