People treat "the great resignation" (a stupid name) as if it's an unavoidable meteorological event, or a losing football game. What it actually represents is people leaving bad bosses, and management unable or unwilling to provide recognition for talent and
After driving from the Grand Canyon to Hoover Dam (one of the absolute highlights of the trip) we came to, as the bizarre flight attendants say, "our terminal descent"! We hit the Belaggio in Las Vegas for some extended R&R.
We're enjoying a family vacation here in Vegas. Employees are working very hard, clearly understaffed, especially in restaurants. But it's all about management. When you give people support and empower them, they can make decisions "on the front line" that
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In "the old days" hotels provided A/V support: projection, easels, amplification, etc. Today, it's almost all handled by an independent third party. One such firm handles 90% of the venues I use. So, once upon a time, the hotel would give
Tony Romo, the former quarterback, is a great football "color commentator." He adds tremendously to the enjoyment of the game. But a few times every game, like nails on a blackboard, he'll say something like, "He should have ran the