03 Mar 2015
Jennifer Williamson

The Path to Leadership is Not Always a Straight Line

In relation to Women’s History Month, a junior manager recently asked me “what inspired you to become a leader?” I had to ponder her question because there was no silver bullet or magic moment for me. I did not start my career with specific goals or a well-laid plan or even a desire to lead […]

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27 Feb 2015
Larry Soler

Fit to Celebrate: Five Years Strong

Last night, during the Partnership for a Healthier America’s (PHA) annual Building a Healthier Future Summit in Washington, D.C., we hosted a benefit to celebrate PHA’s five-year anniversary. It was an opportunity to come together with our partners and supporters to celebrate meaningful commitments to solving the childhood obesity crisis. Together, we have made great […]

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26 Feb 2015
Nebeyou Abebe

Build a Healthier Future One Decision at a Time

Today, I had the privilege of participating in the 2015 Building a Healthier Future Summit hosted by the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA). The summit offers a unique opportunity for public, private and non-profit leaders to come together to address one of the single biggest issues facing our children, our families, our communities and […]

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25 Feb 2015

What Role does Reward and Recognition Play in Overall Employee Engagement?

Employee engagement is essential to the success of an organization. Studies by industry experts show that engaged employees work harder, are more motivated, provide better customer service and have lower turnover rates. The bottom line — engagement has a profound effect on an organization’s performance. That’s why it’s so surprising that only 13% of employees […]

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23 Feb 2015
Jennifer Williamson

What do Millennials Really Want at Work?

They’re coming, they’re coming—and no matter how you refer to those born between 1980 and 1992, they are about to descend on the American workforce in droves. 86 million Millennials or 40% of the entire working population will pour into the workplace by 2020 according to a recent article in Forbes magazine. With the economy […]

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19 Feb 2015
Wayne Pacelle

XOXO to Sodexo – For Taking a Stand for Millions of Hens

Today, with Sodexo, we are announcing that the giant food service company has committed, over the next five years, to switch all 20 million pounds of its liquid eggs to cage-free. The company manages dining operations at thousands of colleges, universities, hospitals, and corporate dining centers across the country. Due to its enormous size, this will remove 750,000 […]

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19 Feb 2015
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The Rise of Airports as the New City Center

On Dec. 17, 1903, the Wright brothers successfully flew the first powered, manned airplane. The flight lasted only 12 seconds and covered just 121 feet. By the 1950’s commercial aviation took off. The increasing availability of affordable air travel considerably expanded aviation’s role in sustaining society. What was once a luxury commodity is now essential […]

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18 Feb 2015
Jason Richards

Open-Office Floor Plans: One Size Does Not Fit Every Business

In offices around the world, the open floor plan debate rages on. Do open office spaces allow for greater collaboration, increased energy and a free flow of creativity? Or do open areas create disruptions and distractions that ultimately kill performance? The answer to both questions is yes. And no. Companies are investing big bucks in […]

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09 Feb 2015
Gerri Mason Hall

Why Companies should care about the health of their employees?

Companies need to take employee health and well-being seriously, not only because it is the right thing to do, but also because it can have a significant impact on the overall performance of the organization. In addition to the obvious – healthier, happier employees – organizations can save millions on health care and disability costs, […]

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