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Trust is a Critical Element in the Workplace

By Mary Kelly, PhD Trust is a critical element in the workplace. People have to trust each other on both big and small issues. Seemingly harmless requests or actions that undermine trust can have big consequences. Why Trust at Work Matters Why does it matter if employees trust their managers? When people don’t trust their leaders, they are much more ...

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5 Things a Good Leader Does During Change

By Courtney Clark Change is intimidating for just about every member of every organization, from the top right on down to the newest, fresh-out-of-college hire. One of the main reasons change freaks us out is that humans tend to adapt to our environment. So even if we don’t like the status quo, we’ve figured out ways to work around it ...

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The Five Mentors Everyone Needs

By Ryan Avery One of the most significant ways to succeed is to surround yourself with those who are more successful than you. Les Brown says, “If you are the smartest person in your group, you need a different group.” Who do you have in your life that has been where you want to go? I am not talking about ...

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MHEDA Members Give Back – Nashville Wire Products

Nashville Wire Products Impacts Their Community Nashville Wire Products is no stranger to the Nashville and greater Tennessee community. They stay actively involved with a number of charitable organizations, including The American Cancer Society, Tennessee Voices for Children, and The Bordeaux Eagles. If you participate in the Relay for Life campaign hosted by the American Cancer Society each year, then ...

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MHEDA Members Give Back – ProLift

ProLift Builds Communities  Originally, a forklift rental house in 1978, ProLift has grown to be a full-service forklift and material handling dealership with nine locations, multiple product lines and over 400 employees. ProLift and all their employees are well known throughout Louisville and the surrounding areas for their contributions within the community. Project Lift is a forklift donation program that ...

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Women in Industry

By Liz Richards I’ll let you in on a secret.  When MHEDA first contemplated starting a Women in Industry initiative, I was against it.  A number of years ago, an association colleague (male) contacted me to ask my opinion about whether or not I would join a “Women’s” industry group and I immediately said no.  I told him I would ...

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Giving Back and Receiving

By Steve Guglielmo Since I began working with MHEDA about nine years ago, the association has started some really cool initiatives. From the Women in Industry MHEDA-NET Group and Conference, the Learning Management System, Regional Networking Meetings and countless other member offerings that MHEDA has introduced, I feel like I’ve had a front row seat to a very evolutionary time ...

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Be Bold

By Sarah Moshman and Steve Guglielmo Sarah Moshman is an Emmy-award winning filmmaker who will be presenting at the Women in Industry Conference in Chicago on November 8, 2018. Sarah’s presentation, entitled “Be Bold,” will explore how we are all extraordinary and encourage attendees to leave their comfort zones in pursuit of a better version of themselves. Sarah was nice ...

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Bank on Thanks

Increase employee engagement by using this one simple tool By Tami Evans The room is too dark to see, but there are 400 HR Professionals out there waiting to be inspired. As I step on stage, I know they have gathered here to find ways they can improve retention in their organizations. And after the revolving-door reality recently experienced, they ...

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You are Safe

By Tami Evans The Park Ranger pointed North, “Two miles down the path you will see the trail branch off up to The Waterfall. The final mile up you will notice a slight increase in difficulty.” (Slight increase was more than a slight understatement.) After a grueling hour scrambling over rocks and roots we reach the top of the waterfall… ...

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