Adapting to Change in the Workplace

We have all heard that challenges can make or break us. Many people are resistant to change. Change forces growth and can be uncomfortable. The one constant in life is changes, learning to embrace change in the workplace is a necessary skill. We face continuous shifts in technology, market trends, staff, and processes. Learning to adapt and change quickly will …

Are we becoming a Cashless Economy?

I applaud employees and employers who have adapted to the changes required during the pandemic. We are truly stronger together. Some businesses have chosen to go cashless; this decision is to protect their employees and other businesses are going cashless due to the current coin shortage.   Economists are saying the shortage of coins is due to people spending less …

But I am not a Leader…

Today we hear the term “influencer”, but what does that mean? In the world of social media, it means that these people have enough followers that they have to power to affect purchasing decisions. We have had influencers in society for decades, before social media they were and still are actors, singers, and athletes, any public person who endorses products. …

Customer Service

We can all get complacent in our jobs. I had many discussions this week with customer service and we need reminders to be sure that we are always bringing our A-game and giving the best customer service both internally and externally.

Becoming Your Best Self

By: Cheryl Viola, MBA, Executive Director Becoming your best self requires stretching yourself, trying new things, and breaking free from your comfort zone. Here is the best part. You are AMAZING! You can accomplish great things. Do not compare yourself to others, because you are unique and what you contribute will be different than the person next to you. The …

10.02.2020

Cowboys & Candlelight Rescheduled Annual Banquet & Fundraiser Auction