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Question for you: What keeps you happy at work? It doesn’t have to be just one thing. It could be a multitude of reasons such as the people you work with, your job itself, the benefits, just to name some.
With the New Year upon us, it’s common to reflect in order to avoid making the same mistakes of the past. Last weekend I was at my parents' house and while observing them, I admired the amazing relationship they continue to have after 58 years of marriage. On the drive home, I was reflecting on their success.
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Once again, it is the holiday season, which also means time for the annual ASAE Technology Conference and Expo 2016. Since this is the season of giving, whether coming as an attendee from an organization or a vendor, this show should be approached in the spirit of the season. The holidays and the impending New Year is an ideal time for personal and professional reflection. As both associations and vendors, we all need to ask ourselves, what can we be doing better and how do we plan to do so?
It might seem like the year is coming to a close, but there is one final exciting association event to sink your teeth into the ASAE Technology Conference and Expo 2016 (#Tech16). Tech16 typically closes the conference season every year, so it has a reputation of ending the year with a bang. If you're attending this year (or still thinking about it) here are my Tech16 sessions you'd be crazy to miss.
AusAE's Conference & Exhibition (ACE2016) is just around the corner and Aptify is thrilled to be sponsoring this great annual event.
Each quarter, Aptify has a theme that we all rally around and use to help focus our team in the same direction. The purpose may be to educate, create a new habit, or embed a concept into our culture. Recently, I led a theme called #MTM Moving the Mountain of Quality and Customer Satisfaction. The goal was to have every individual set a goal (we call them rocks) to do something new or change something existing that would positively affect quality or customer satisfaction. The team took the challenge to heart and used #MTM to really think about how they can positively impact people and processes.