In an urban area such as Indianapolis, access to health care is readily available. But take a rural community, and access to care becomes more limited. You also run into questions about health care cost effectiveness and the lack of awareness of chronic diseases.
April 23, 2014
April 22, 2014
Company values—just these two words alone can make your eyes roll. But don’t write me off just yet. I believe company values attract customers, retain employees, and identify the foundation of your business. Here’s how.
April 17, 2014
Being healthy is tough, especially in the United States. We’re surrounded by fast food, we work long hours in high-stress jobs, and we’re often reluctant to hit the gym. Our culture is great at all-or-nothing thinking—we’re either healthy or unhealthy, fit or out of shape, stressed out or on the ball.
April 10, 2014
If you want every angle of a transaction to be considered, including the upside and the risk, you want to talk to Jeff. He’s a CFO with 30 years of successful business management and executive leadership experience. With a solid foundation in finance and accounting, he has developed and implemented business growth strategies, with special focus in the areas of capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and employee compensation and benefits.
Whether you’re the company CEO explaining your business model to a prospective investor, or delivering a message to internal employees, it’s imperative to know your audience in order to maximize the effectiveness of your message. In the earlier days of my career as an accountant and analyst, I took great pride in dissecting the interrelationships of financial information and presenting my findings to the board, anticipating a lively boardroom discussion of budget variances, ratio trends, and debits and credits. To my growing frustration, however, I couldn’t really understand why our board members had little interest in diving into great financial detail.
Topics: Guest Blog
April 9, 2014
Most of us have fallen into a workout rut at least once before. With the human attention span being only 10 minutes, it’s only natural to get bored. But, what if you had a program that supported your employees’ personal wellness journey, while giving them: