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CEO Coaching International Congratulates 4-Year Client ShelfGenie on Successful Exit

MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 15, 2020 – CEO Coaching International, the leading firm coaching over 330 of the world’s top growth-focused entrepreneurs, congratulates its client Andy Pittman, CEO of ShelfGenie, for closing a transformational sale with Neighborly, the world’s largest parent company of 27 home …

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Mitigating Risk In Challenging Environments

Colonel Lee Van Arsdale (then Major, first row, right) led the Delta assault troop that captured Manual Noriega, Panama’s ‘de facto’ dictator, as part of Operation Just Cause in 1989. The troop poses in front of Noreiga’s home after his capture.”

Risk comes in so many different flavors tha…

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Dunkinҳ Bob Rosenberg: ӓuccess Can Be The Greatest Impediment To Future Success

Few CEOs can claim the kind of longevity that Bob Rosenberg can. In 1963, William Rosenberg, who opened the first Dunkin’ Donuts shop in 1950 on the Southern Artery in Quincy, Massachu­setts, tapped his son, Robert, at the tender age of 25, to lead the family business, which comprised a portfolio of…

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5 Tips for Studying in Quito, Ecuador

Traveling all the way to Ecuador requires a lot of preparation. If your purpose of travel is academic, then it becomes all the more essential. South American topography, climatic conditions, cultural variations, languages, and lifestyles are not as popularly understood as those of North America and …

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From Bubble Bursts to Recessions, This CEO Advises How to Overcome Time Without Business

As a career-long serial entrepreneur, I’m used to leading through uncertainty. My first technology start-up crashed during the dotcom bubble burst and I financially turned around a company during the Great Recession. We’ve been through unpredictable times before, but 2020 is a particularly turbulent…

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Best Islands to Visit in Greece, 2020

Europe as a continent is world-famous for top-notch destinations, astounding sights, people, and of course food. With so many beautiful nations to set feet upon, Greece rules the roost with its iconic places and limitless options for sightseeing. As a country, Greece needs no formal introduction! Th…

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Top 10 oldest hotels in the United States

How would you feel staying in a hotel, founded back to the 1800s? Rooms filled with history, stairs that have been used by the soldiers of the War of the 1812 or balconies that former American Presidents had political conversations with their partners while drinking a hot cup of tea. Here are some o…

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The top three immigration issues impacting workforce strategy

With the business toll from the pandemic continuing to mount, CEOs have shifted strategies to meet the new market. In some cases, this means a total reinvention – but in many, it means assessing the workforce and adapting to the new reality. Foreign workers make up a sizable percentage of the U.S. e…

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When Should You Tear Down Your Founderҳ Legacy?

“Could Walt Disney be next?”

This question was asked by Hollywood’s Deadline news site. While it’s hard to imagine angry crowds tearing down the beloved “Partners” statue featuring Walt and Mickey Mouse at Disneyland when you can’t even sneak into the theme park wearing a Cinderella costume, i…

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VictimsҠRights In FCPA Settlementחhen Is Final Truly Final?

In 2019 alone, the DOJ and the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) entered into 14 negotiated corporate resolutions and collected $2.6 billion in fines and penalties, with two enforcement actions comprising 70 percent of this amount and resulting in the two largest corporate resolutions in FC…

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Why We Must Pull׎ot Push׏ur People Through Organizational Change

Imagine for a minute that we stumble upon a game of tug-of-war. On one side are five people; they’re from our organization’s biggest competitor. On the other side is our leader—all alone. The boss is getting pulled pretty hard. What are we going to do? Are we going to stand there and let our leader …

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Spark Your Sales Team For 2020סnd Beyond

Wednesday, July 15 | 2-2:45pm ET

Join John Fimbel, SVP of Business Development at Mastercard, and Elliot Schimel, CEO of Mission Control Marketing, as they reveal the principles John instituted in building a high-performing sales team that routinely drives 7-figure deals—and how he’s leading in the …

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Creativity: Tips for Boosting an Essential Job Skill

One of the most in-demand skills in today’s labor market, creativity is becoming more and more important to the success of individuals and organizations. Although some people are more creative than others, there are many contributing factors and relatively easy strategies that can increase creativit…

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5 Ways COVID-19 Has Changed Higher Education

Uncertainty is the contemporaneous norm, but we can be hopeful that these baleful days will come to an end. But until then, we must preserve and not let this crisis stop us from gaining educationally. Learning should be a continuous process, and this has become all the more relevant at a time when w…

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Returning To The Workplace: Communications Best Practices To Re-connect Employees During An Ongoing Crisis

Only 20% of business leaders have done detailed ‘back-to-work’ planning to emerge from shelter-in-place, according to new research from the Institute for Public Relations and Peppercomm. Every company that fails to do this work is running a major risk that can be mitigated using well-established com…

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Why We Need To Recognise Our Own Gender Bias

Traditionally, we expect women to be warm, kind, gentle, and understanding while we expect men to be tough, competitive, assertive and competent. We associate women with nurturing, support and lower status roles while we associate men with power, authority and higher status. We like women and respec…

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Revealed: The Most (And Least) Religious States In The US, 2020

A new study gives the best picture of the most (and least) religious states in the US for 2020. Most people believe in a higher power and they usually ask for help and guidance when they are in a difficult situation. The study of the Pew determines which states are the most religious by taking […]

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Hackers Love The Coronavirus ֠What Can Your Business Do About It?

The COVID-19 outbreak has brought with it a host of new issues and concerns for businesses as they focus their efforts on protecting their employees, workstreams, and revenues. It is a worrying time with rapidly changing scenarios, advice, and understandably the concern for people’s wellbeing is ris…

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5 Things To Consider Before Moving To Canada For Higher Education

Canada is beautiful. It is known for its peaceful community, beautiful winters, the magnetic Niagara Falls, and Maple leaves. So much about Canada we know and so we do not know. Well, Canadian higher education might or might not be something you know very well; in case you do, awesome! But, if you d…

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5 Tips For Students Planning to Study in New York City

New York, or affably called the Big Apple, is the city of dreams. It is a city where everything and anything is possible. It is the life of the United States and is known for its carefree, high-class, and fast-moving lifestyle. People come here for all kinds of reasons, but they never leave it witho…

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