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Too smart for their own good? Security, privacy and smart cities

Too smart for their own good? Security, privacy and smart cities

Will business travel pick up in 2022?

Leisure travel is picking up again, but businesses are reconsidering their travel plans, with airlines and hotels watching closely for signs of what is to come.

Leaders: Clarify your ideas before communicating them

Good ideas alone won't guarantee success. How a leader communicates those ideas, and the clarity of those ideas, matters. Learn how to communicate your innovation.

Top 10: School lunch supplies, H-E-B and Megan Thee Stallion Hottie Sauce

Whole Foods Market's 2022 food trends forecast and Del Taco's labor shortage adjustments also drew in readers.

Here are three easy, practical and repeatable actions leaders can take every day to lift the women around us.

Creating the most effective OOH ads for the holiday season

AdQuick’s Matthew O’conner provides three tips for successful OOH ad campaigns as we head into the 2021 holiday season.

School-led wraparound services for the online era

School is the ideal place to deliver mental health services to students. A strategy for making that happen.

10 backdoor ways to gain the upper hand in conversations

Persuasion is difficult, especially when you disagree with someone. Here are 10 tips for winning over people from a longtime FBI employee.

How restaurant operators can tap into the latest dessert trends

Desserts are eaten more than consumers admit, and they’re gravitating toward global, vegan options.

4 ways our school district benefited from an online tutoring partner 

How a school district saw student gains by working with an online tutoring company with personalized, engaging, flexible instruction. 

Rise up, middle managers! Seize control of your destiny

Middle managers have an opportunity to reinvent their role, grow their employees and help their own careers -- if they take advantage.

Turkey: A versatile menu mainstay that can anchor K-12 menus amid uncertain times
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Turkey’s mild flavor and wide appeal make it an extremely versatile protein for K-12 foodservice, meaning schools can put turkey on the menu no matter what other ingredients might be available.

3 proven actions to help introverts excel as leaders

Speaking up isn't always a natural skill for introverts, but it can be learned -- and it's essential to career growth and establishing the executive presence leaders require.

Checklist for evaluating online learning providers

Here are eight points to keep in mind when looking for an online learning provider.

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