Five deadly leadership power drains
Even the best leaders can lose their voltage, but there’s always away to prevent this from happening. Leaders, like batteries, can lose their voltage and, with it, their ability to lead and influence others. Learn about five leadership power sources and how they can become power drains.
Reaching your limit as a business owner
New York Times
Being an entrepreneur presents its challenges, but the road ahead can get better. It’s important to keep your eyes on the prize when faced with adversity. At some point every business owner reaches their threshold; but knowing the next appropriate steps to sustaining your business is crucial.
Green design expert advises caution with living buildings
Daily Journal of Commerce
Although there are many advantages to living buildings, there are cautions to consider. Generally it costs up to $30,000 to have a project certified LEED gold, but costs can skyrocket due to materials challenges. “One of the things we’ve found is that no one knows enough about these materials to really say definitely whether we can use them, one of the key lessons learned is that you’re going to have to be very agile, nimble during construction to quickly make decisions, to do quick research,” said Max Richter, an architect with Busby, Perkins+Will.
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