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Talking To Your Customer is Better Than Talking About Your Customer


Robby

Here in the Midwest, we tend to be a little more reserved. Maybe it’s an Indianapolis thing, but it seems like so many business people don’t want to talk to the customer. They want to talk about the customer, but not to them. Why is that? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, November 30 2016 » Corporate Culture, Indianapolis News, Sales and Marketing » No Comments

Let’s Be Thankful All Year Long


Robby

On one particular Thursday in November, people all across the country gather to give thanks. Here at IndyAtWork, we’re thankful for the chance to share a few thoughts about workplace opportunities and ideas for Central Indiana, as well as our resources for those looking to improve their careers.

Thankfulness is on everyone’s mind this time of year. But what would it be like if we were thankful all year long? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, November 23 2016 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Danger! You Might Be a Micromanager


Robby

Of all the words that employees sometimes use to describe their supervisor, being called a “micromanager” is one of the worst. That term describes a style of interacting with your team based on control, distrust, and superiority. But like anyone who has an addiction, we should be most concerned about the people who are the most confident they don’t have a problem. If you’re convinced you couldn’t possibly be a micromanager, keep reading. (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, November 16 2016 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Are You Satisfied at Work?


Robby

The issue of “job satisfaction” is a curious one. On the one hand, jobs are supposed to be something you do to make money to support the rest of your life. Enjoying what you do doesn’t seem all that important. But on the other hand, what if you do like your job? What impact might that have on your productivity, your happiness overall, and society in general? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, November 9 2016 » Uncategorized » No Comments

What To Do If You Have Two Bosses


Robby

I’m sure this problem is not unique to Central Indiana, but since I’m based in Indianapolis I hear over and over again about local employees who have to report to two different supervisors. It’s already painful enough to deal with one boss for many workers, but what do you do if you have two? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, November 2 2016 » Corporate Culture, Time Management » No Comments

First Things First, Business Owners


Robby

A lot of people in business have a sort of disease. It’s sometimes called “putting the cart before the horse” or simply “procrastinating.” But let’s get one thing straight: just because you have customers and ideas doesn’t mean you have a business. Sure, you might even be making money. But if you don’t have a long term plan, you run the risk of being dead in the water.

Here’s what you need to be doing, in order. (Read the rest of this post…)

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Wed, October 26 2016 » Leadership » No Comments