Published on Thursday October 27, 2016 by Scott Kroh
Here are a few speaking pointers from the 2014 Toastmaster’s International World Champion of public speaking Dananjaya Hettiarachchi.
1. Keep your body open to the audience. This sh..
Just a few weeks ago, I received the second quarter issue of Business Appraisers Practice and I was highly intrigued since it was centered around the topic of Monte Carlo method, also known a..
Published on Wednesday October 19, 2016 by Scott Kroh
Currently, I’m working with a business owner on the differences between Management and Leadership. As part of this exercise, we are reading a book called “It’s Your Ship” written by Captain D..
My internship here at CS3 Advisors has provided many valuable lessons in business, and professional interactions in general. Choosing the most valuable lesson is difficult, but there is one t..
I have learned how possible it is to put immense amounts of time into a project and yield results with little to no value. Just because someone is busy working, it does not mean that the work they..
You don’t know as much as you think you do, but its okay.
To interns (and potential interns everywhere),
Listen when superiors are talking and ask questions.
I participated in a lunch and learn today hosted by Paradigm Shift with Ryan Eller (http://myparadigmshift.org/) speaking on leadership. While Ryan is very engaging, the talk was not one of ..
I just finished reading this book for the third time and found it better than the first. I think this book is truly the yardstick for all self-improvement books. It is amazing that a business..
This easy ready by Mark Sanborn is a must for all employees in your firm that are customer facing. I have been reading books this year about leadership and customer service. This book really emph..
The is the second part of the blog from Grant
3. Have organized and well defined policies and procedures – While this may seem like an issue that is isn’t related to retention, it a..