April 12, 2019
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Apr 12, 2019
There are terrific things happening in rural Iowa, but there is more work to do.
I asked a 29-year-old who returned to his hometown what he thought was going right in rural Iowa and what still needs improvement.
There are many business and community leaders across the state who see rural Iowa as essential to the state’s economic vitality
The topic of this month’s Business Record Iowa is especially timely, as legislation is being considered at the Statehouse that is targeted to economic growth opportunities in rural Iowa.
While each program is different, the best mentoring programs are designed around these concepts.
Taking these steps will build resiliency into your organization so that when an incident does occur, you can get back to business as normal quickly and efficiently.
I am often approached by business owners that are starting to think about selling their business.
Leaders don’t create followers; they create more leaders.