Looks like the rest of the region is realizing what we have known all along: Covington is a great place to start and build a business. Read the article in today's Cincinnati Enquirer (with a quote from our co-founder and chairman, Norm Desmarais) about an upcoming event that will share stories of entrepreneurial success, preview new technologies from Microsoft, and talk about the future of tech growth in Covington.
TiER1 was one of 17 companies recognized by Governor Beshear Monday for receiving Kentucky matching funds for our SBIR research with NASA. Check out the full article here to learn more about the program!
TiER's Managing Partner Frank Fritsch, who heads up our talent management practice, was recently interviewed for an article in "Human Resource Executive" magazine. Frank shared his insights on how leaders can better build a culture of learning, as it relates to developing their company's talent. Read it to learn more: Sharpening Talent-Building Skills at the Top
As meeting facilitators and trainers, we’re taught to engage the audience. We use the Socratic Method, move around the room, and scan students’ faces to get feedback on how we’re doing. We can tell if we are going too fast, too slow, and whether our attendees have stopped paying attention.
But what about virtual meetings? Simple things like reading a quizzical look on the face of a student or gauging the overall energy in the room become much more difficult. We’ve probably all “multitasked” on a conference call (which is really just a euphemism for not paying attention),...