Leadership Tune Up - Part Four

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Performance Measurement   
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Economic Outlook from Comerica Bank

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

ECONOMIC UPDATE… Robert Dye, Ph.D., Chief Economist at Comerica Bank provided his outlook for the U. S. Economy yesterday morning:  U.S. will emerge from the 2012 election with a plan and mandat...
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Leadership Tune Up - Part Three

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Telling the Truth – Even When It’s Not Popular.  
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Fly-By-Night Paving Contractor Hit with Huge Fine

Posted by Tom Squeri on Mar 18, 2015

Fly-By-Night Paving Contractor Hit with Huge Fine
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Leadership Tune Up - Part Two

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Doing What Is Right.   
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Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa…

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa…
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Easton & Wilson Bill of Sale, circa 1905

Posted by Rose Ann Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

During the last decade of the 19th century, Kimball G. Easton and Arthur R. Wilson became partners in the firm of Easton & Wilson, a construction company engaged in street construction and paving in the vicinity of Oakland and Berkeley, California. 
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Leadership Tune Up - First of a Series

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Managers can occasionally benefit from a leadership “tune-up” The outside world may push us slightly off track. Like maintaining the precise operation of a high performance engine, organizational leaders need to stop occasionally to push the reset button. The leadership engine is running, but is it running most effectively? There are small skill-alignment tweaks to be made that greatly enhance organizational performance and help leaders to feel successful with the difficult work they do. Many of these tune-up skills are helpful for everyone in an organization. This is the first installment of a six part series of important tips for managers.
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Early Quarry Housing

Posted by Rose Ann Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Throughout its 111 year history, Granite Rock Company has had family ties that have gone beyond the workplace and extended to connect with the lives of its people and communities. In the 1920’s, Granite Rock Company built a number of houses near the entrance to Logan Quarry (now named the A.R. Wilson Quarry).  
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MORE ECONOMIC NEWS…

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

MORE ECONOMIC NEWS…  
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