It's not free. It's not easy. It can be rewarding. This article will help set your expectations.
Frontier acquired Verizon's internet and land-line customers in parts of Florida, and the service transition occured around the end of March. Branding expert Karen Post recaps the failure of the technical transition (at least in South Tampa) and post-merger communications and gives advice. Looks like both companies descended into new lows of incompetency.
This article is particularly good for people writing LinkedIn bios. It is hard to talk about yourself and to balance modesty with selling your skill set.
So this is why I never wanted employees: I hate giving criticism and probably didn't do it well when I was managing people at other agencies. Caroline Webb's article (published in Fast Company) is a great read for managers (and parents and people in general). I've been on the receiving end of the "praise sandwich" and it's tough going down. Really like the part about being specific in your praise. We absorb so much negative and some of us are programmed to hear the negative and tune out the positive. You really can't give enough specific praise.
As well they should! One of my favorite grammar bloggers has compiled examples of misplaced modifiers.
Companies make mistakes and some exacerbate the situation with their apologies. This piece gives good advice on how and to whom to apologize.
Good piece reminding speakers that how you look can be just as important and what you say.
Nicely written piece on eradicating uhs and ums from your speaking.
Right? is another phrase filler popular these days. I've also noticed people starting their answers with So.
King of Prussia, Pa. (November 10, 2015) — MedRisk, a leading managed care company specializing in physical rehabilitation and diagnostic imaging in workers’ compensation, has named Joseph McCullough Executive Vice President of Customer Solutions.
He will be responsible for the development of new customer-focused solutions that improve the quality of healthcare, reduce medical costs and deliver operational efficiencies.
“MedRisk’s commitment to delivering effective solutions in a constantly changing landscape requires talent, leadership and an in-depth understanding of the workers’ comp community,” said MedRisk CEO Shelley Boyce. “Joe’s experience in building successful workers’ comp specialty programs makes him a strong addition to our management team.”
McCullough has more than 10 years’ experience leading healthcare companies, most recently as president of OneCall Transportation + Language. He also served as senior vice president of Optimal Care, the MSC division of Transportation and Language. In addition, McCullough is the former CEO of ZoneCareUSA and Select MRI prior to their acquisitions.
“I’ve admired MedRisk’s industry innovations for years and am excited about being part of this dynamic, customer-centric company,” said McCullough.
MedRisk is the leader in physical rehabilitation and diagnostic imaging solutions for the workers’ compensation industry. Founded in 1994 and based in King of Prussia, Pa., MedRisk is accredited under URAC for utilization management and has successfully completed a SSAE 16 Type II examination. MedRisk’s programs deliver savings and operational efficiencies that are significantly greater than traditional programs. Customers include insurance carriers, self-insured employers, third-party administrators, state funds, and case management companies. To make a referral or obtain more information, visit www.medrisknet.com or call 800-225-9675.
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Kristin Piombino writes a nice post on common words that don't mean quite what you think they do.