Term archive for "Leadership Lessons"

Touching or Tacky: When Brands Should & Shouldn’t Comment on Current Events

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Prince’s death came as a big shock to music lovers around the world. News that the 57 year old musician had passed away caused instant headlines and a massive outpouring of grief on social media. In the midst of it all, Cheerios, which is based out of Minnesota, Prince’s home state, Tweeted an image that… Continue Reading »

The Power of the Fall Back Plan

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If you were planning on heading into Boston tomorrow to see the always spectacular Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, it’s time to adjust your timeline. Due to the approach of Tropical Storm Arthur, which may be a full-fledged hurricane by the time it nears the Massachusetts shore, organizers have decided that the concert and fireworks will… Continue Reading »

World Cup Wisdom For Business Leaders

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This is your obligatory “Leadership Lesson Learned From Watching the World Cup” blog post – it seems like everyone is writing one, so I might as well, too! As you probably know, the USA lost to Belgium yesterday. They’re out of the tournament. It was an exciting game. Goalkeeper Tim Howard turned in the performance… Continue Reading »

Obstacles Build Teams and Ideas

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On Saturday May 3rd, Technology Therapy team members came together to compete in an Obstacle Course Race. These races, which test speed and agility, are becoming more and more popular. This is our second event as a team, and we learned some great lessons along the way. Working together as a team is important when… Continue Reading »