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Free, comprehensive guide gives future energy professionals all the tools necessary for a green career change
Ecotech Institute, the first and only college in the U.S. solely focused on…Continue
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This is a topic I could probably write about every week for the rest of the year and still have plenty of material left to share. Whether it’s management in your company or a coach of your athletic team, misconceptions and misguided attempts to lead are everywhere. Poor leadership can kill an individual’s drive and turns otherwise thriving productive people into malcontents.
There are many mistaken notions about what makes a good leader. One of the more common ones is that the higher…Continue
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Why Simplification is the Next Big Thing
Why management is dead and it should never have been alive
The importance of storytelling for Leadership and Performance
Why Management is the…Continue
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On March 18th 2015 the US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen stated the need for “reasonable confidence” in order to effectuate a more conservative monetary policy focusing on interest rate raise. Chair Yellen has indicated four macroeconomic factors that need to be further monitored.
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It was with great delight that I attended last night's Greener Britain Hustings, taking time to hear, ahead of the upcoming UK General Election, what many of the parties plan for the environment.
The debate, chaired by Tom Heap, of BBC One's Countryfile and Radio 4's Costing the Earth…
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To learn what it takes to work and succeed in the clean energy field, Ecotech Institute is hosting a “Competitive Landscape of the Green Revolution” seminar. The event will be held at Ecotech Institute in Aurora, Colo. and will also be simulcast…Continue
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Are you going to attend the 3rd International Conference „CSR beyond voluntariness. CSR Trends III”?
Sustainable business models and shared value creation and other topics during the CSR Trends Conference.
See more at: http://www.csrtrends.eu
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As a boy I became afraid of the dark. My fear arose because our toilet was a few steps from the main house and a few times while in there the lights went out leaving me in the dark and literally unable to find my way back home. My Grandfather on learning of my plight gave me this advice, “Just stay still, wait awhile, and you’ll soon be able to see in the dark. I trusted him, did what he said, and overcame my fear.…Continue
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All of us at GER to GER Mongolia would like to extend our kindest "Hello!" to you and your organizations. This 2015, we are greatly looking forward to establishing new friendships, networking opportunities and…Continue
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On Tuesday, February 24, Ecotech Institute, the first and only school in the U.S. solely focused on renewable energy and sustainability, is hosting “Heads Up!,” a digital discussion with Mr. Alden Zeitz of Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative. The free forum…Continue
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