What’s your communication style? How do you let others understand the best way to communicate with you? Our co-founder, Bede Fahey, wrote about his perspective at the Lancaster Chamber Young Professionals Blog
Bede recently wrote an article for the Lancaster Chamber about finding value in obstacles. In it, he talks about reframing and rethinking stressful situations when interacting with other organizations. You can read it on the Lancaster Chamber YPN Blog
John Cleese is a man who knows a lot about play. Turns out he’s a man that knows a lot about productivity and business, too. If you’ve not watched it, his speech about creativity given a number of years ago is a good watch. His points about “open” and “closed” modes of being, and how… Read more »
The answer you get depends on who you ask – some say it’s a combination of luck and skill, others, simply being in the right place at the right time. Apparently, around 25% of successful business owners and founders attribute at least part of their success to luck Harvard Business Review ran an interesting article… Read more »
Are you ready to help transform Central PA into a tech hot spot? If so, how might you begin? We had the privilege of writing about that topic for Connections Magazine this month. You see, Central PA has a depth of talented tech-focused organizations and individuals that you might find surprising. And, we believe that it’s… Read more »
Multi-channel campaigns generate 30% more attendees, and an ed-tech “must read blogs of 2014” award.
On the Lancaster Young Professionals Blog Bede writes about how accepting help in a business environment can be difficult, but rewarding.
There’s a lot that’s interesting about today’s students. Through the web, they have the potential to learn more, see more, and connect in ways that no one could dream of, even as recently as 10 years ago. Each year, the Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board holds their Pathway to Gold Collar Careers Night. It’s a… Read more »
A 110% lift in traffic, a new responsive mobile-friendly site, and a fresh new stationary design.
Screaming Success: A 37% increase in traffic, and 7,000 new Facebook fans.