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Kirk Baumann, team member experience manager with O’Reilly Hospitality Management, says community outreach is critical to organizational culture. He says doing the right thing builds engagement …

Kirk Baumann, team member experience manager with O’Reilly Hospitality Management says one of his favorite children’s books teaches kids and reminds adults to care about others. Duration: …

Kirk Baumann, team member experience manager with O’Reilly Hospitality Management says social media can make or break your career. He says they Google applicants names to see if they are a good fit …

Sam M. Coryell, President of Coryell Collaborative Group, says in order to grow outside Springfield they needed to reorganize their five businesses under one company. This allows them to control …

Kirk Baumann, team member experiences manager with O’Reilly Hospitality Management says the most important thing in your resume is to quantify your accomplishments. Demonstrating success is …

“Sometimes I’m really bad at my email, other times, I’m very on top of it,” says Megan Short, executive director of Springfield Contractors Association. Short says to stay current, she often …

Ashley Fletcher, licensed clinical social worker, says a good self care regimen is important, but there’s a new trend in wellness. Community care involves the organization coming together and …

Melanie Upshaw with Phoenix Home Care and Hospice, says we plan important events, but neglect to plan for our health care. Families often struggle to make decisions when a loved one isn’t able. …

Cody Ritter, owner of Base Construction & Management LLC, says commercial design trends are mirroring popular concepts in home construction. “There’s a lot of open space offices, open air …

“I think it puts managers in a very complicated position,” says Ashley Fletcher, licensed clinical social worker. “It’s difficult to say you’re not allowed to share your views on those …

Cody Ritter, owner of Base Construction & Management LLC, says a high work volume lets you choose your projects and partners. “The guys the we really like to work for, those are our targets. In a …

“Baby Boomers, in particular, we get our identity or at least a large part of our identity from our work,” says Greg Burris, with Give 5 and United Way of the Ozarks. Having a retirement plan in …

Cody Ritter, owner of Base Construction & Management LLC, says it’s easy for builders to get work, but hard to find the manpower needed to staff job sites. “There’s a lot of good people, …

“When someone says, ‘I need this today,’ instead of saying, ‘I can’t do that today,’ I’m a big fan of saying, ‘I can give this to you tomorrow,” says Angela Frantz with Ultimate …

“We do have a progressive approach to building a company. We are a flat organization and try to give everyone equal weight as far as business decisions are concerned,” says Tyler Drenon, Director …

Rich Callahan, General Manager of Air Services Heating and Air Conditioning and All Service Plumbing, says he believes servant leadership is the most important aspect of managing employees. “You …

“You always want to do more and there’s only so many hours in the day,” says Rachel Anderson, Director of the efactory. Time management can be tricky when you have many irons in the fire. …

Jessica Harmison Olson with Club Management Services says you need to prioritize. Focus your efforts on doing things at which you excel. Olson says she thinks women try to to do it all — having a …

Ultimately, I was trying to do everything myself — owner, chef, grocery shopper, all of the titles that generally small business owners have — I was trying to do it all,” says Katie Baker, …

“Get out of the mindset that time controls you. You can take control of your time," Marlene Chism, author, consultant and expert on stopping workplace drama. Chism has a couple tips to help you …

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