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Silo mentality continues to be one of the most frequent characteristics of many businesses and organizations. Here are some ways to overcome it.
Q: I agreed to be named as trustee of a family member’s trust. Practically speaking, what does that mean for me?
Tapping into the talent pool of returning military veterans offers one solution to Maine's workforce shortage. Each year close to 1,000 military service men and women re-enter Maine civilian life seeking employment.
Over the past year, small business owners have expressed record confidence in their local economies and as a result, many are attempting to expand their business or increase hiring.
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In today's world, cybersecurity is a hot-button issue that effects organizations large and small. Here are some tips on how to build a culture of cyber-defenders within your company.
If you own a business, you know what it's like to see — and want to seize — an opportunity. And often, such opportunities require an infusion of capital.
A senior vice president for a mid-size logistics company I was coaching last year asked me, “What's this executive leadership coaching really about?
Most executives and HR managers would say their employees are their greatest asset. Here are some tips on how communicate that in meaningful ways.
Maine is a surprisingly small community; there's a good chance you're only a degree or two separated from most of your business contacts. Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of networking in our wonderful state.
Eighty percent of Maine's businesses are family-owned. When asked who will take over the family business when the current owner retires, 88% of owners believe their children or family members will succeed them.
We all know a logo design is only a small part of branding. What's critical to a successful branding strategy is defining the brand message.
As business owners consider transition and liquidity options, there are typically three choices: sell to a strategic buyer, a financial buyer or an employee-management group.
Internships: To pay or not to pay? As summer approaches, employers across the state will begin to receive resumes from students seeking practical work experience through internships.
The most honest answer I can give you on how to stop the flow of young people out of Maine is you can't. Young people by nature have more of a yearning for adventure.
As a banker, I believe there's no bad time to chat about your family finances with your significant other.