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5 Ways High-Performance Organizations Make Meetings Effective

Every organization has to figure out how to make meetings productive. It’s a complex challenge. To be effective, each meeting needs to engage the individual talents of the people involved, work to achieve the organization’s specific goals for the moment, and do so in a way that’s both culturally relevant and contextually sensitive to the world around it. Not an easy feat.

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Seminole Gaming to Eliminate Plastic Straws at its Florida Casinos

Hollywood, Fla.  – Seminole Gaming, the gaming operation of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, today announced the elimination of plastic straws at its six Florida casinos by September 1, 2018.  Durable, earth-friendly drinking straws will be available to customers on request.  In addition, as of mid-August, only “to go” bags made of paper will be available at its Florida casinos.

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Whether Fired Or Inspired, 5 Tips To Reinvent Yourself

In an age of much change in the business world, more people are reinventing themselves. That could mean learning new skills to fit a new job, landing in a new industry or starting a new business.

Sometimes the change is forced upon someone (fired); other times they force it upon themselves (inspired). The person might even be comfortable in a job, but a new opportunity or goal motivates them to try something much different – to reinvent.

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3 Reasons Why Hiring Older Employees Is A Smart Decision

In the 2015 movie The Intern, Robert DeNiro starred as a 70-year-old widower who returns to the workforce as an under-appreciated and seemingly out-of-step intern working for a young boss played by Anne Hathaway.

Initially, Hathaway’s character can’t quite relate to this baby boomer who ditched retirement out of boredom, but by the film’s finale she comes to appreciate his skills and experience.

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