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Individual Accountability, Part of A Whole

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AUTHORED BY JOHN LYON, CHIEF OF FINANCE @ GUIDEIT The reality of organizational life is never black and white.  More often than not, accountability is muddled and people are not fully aware of the direct connection between their efforts and results.  We tend to keep ourselves from being productive simply by not holding ourselves accountable […]

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Cyber Security Awareness

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AUTHORED BY MARK JOHNSON, VICE PRESIDENT OF MANAGED SERVICES @ GUIDEIT You pick up the paper or watch the news and it has become an all too common occurrence.  What used to surprise us is now sadly routine – breaches of cyber security.  In the early days these breaches were usually just an annoyance – […]

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Adaptability. Essential to Success

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AUTHORED BY JOHN LYON, CHIEF OF FINANCE @ GUIDEIT A common trait of reaping success is adaptability.  A multitude of challenging, unfamiliar situations inevitably occur throughout life. Both an individual and an organization must be open and adaptable to change when working through these types of situations to experience success.  To effectively serve our customers with the […]

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Encouraging Maximum Potential

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AUTHORED BY TIM MORRIS, VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT @ GUIDEIT Maximizing the greatest potential of an organization calls for an environment that fosters courage and encourages educated risks. Fostering and maintaining such an environment takes special care and attention.  However, an organization who’s environment appreciates, nourishes, and respects courageous attempts will surely reap some truly […]

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Who Do YOU Trust?

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AUTHORED BY WENDY DURRE, CUSTOMER EXECUTIVE @ GUIDEIT Trust: Why is it that we use this word so often?  It is because we place great value on trust.  Trust is not a technique or a request, it is an emotional state.  To trust means to be vulnerable and accepting without evidence.  Trust is a feeling. […]