Heartland Technology Group (HTG) announced recently it is partnering with GreatAmerica Financial Services Corporation to offer peer groups to Unified Communications companies.
This April Fools we thought it timely to look at some of the myths that trick small business owners. Do you recognize any of your thinking in the myth column?
Here are the 5 big trends I am seeing currently in the IT industry.
What do lions, camels, turtles, and monkeys have to do with your employees? They are descriptive types in the Make a Difference (MAD) system, based on the book, Make A Difference, by Dr. Larry Little, that helps you visualize your employees’ personality types and recognize why they may respond the way they do.
HTG Peer Groups knows the value of peer-to-peer interaction. “Peers groups are the foundation of HTG and have proven to be effective in providing a place where business leaders can come and learn from other leaders,” said HTG Peer Groups COO Brad Schow.
HTG Peer Groups, an international organization of IT solution provider executives focused on business and personal development, has announced an expanded strategy including enhanced centralized peer group meetings and the availability of experienced coaching and consulting.
Heartland Leadership Group is proud to announce a new addition to the team and welcomes Israel Lang as an Executive Consultant. Israel’s primary focus will be helping clients improve strategy and corporate potential, specifically in service delivery.
The concept of business owners sharing confidential business information with one another and openly disclosing their ideas to others within the same industry may at first sound foreign. It’s something that can take getting used to, but for the majority of those who have experienced a peer group it is something they wish they had discovered sooner. Far from being the risky venture it may sound like on the surface, joining a peer group instead provides members with a great deal of security.