One of the many wonderful things about TiER1 is the company’s attention given to the broader community. There are so many possibilities when considering how one might give back to the community whether at a global, national, regional, or individual level.
Last week, I met with other business leaders from the region. One of the topics discussed was how to attract a younger demographic to the region such as recent college graduates. The focus was on how to attract the “best and brightest” to help increase the economic vibrancy of the area. During the conversation, we compared our local...
TiER1 is partnering with Walking Warriors to help the fight against Breast Cancer with Walk & Rock 2011! Join us tonight at Molly Malones in Covington from 5-9 pm for some free appetizers, live music, a silent auction and lots of fun with your friends!
There is a $5 suggested donation at the door. The money raised supports five key areas in the fight against breast cancer:
- Medical research
- Access to treatment
- Screening and diagnosis
- Support services
- Education and awareness
Check out the Facebook event here for more info! We hope to see you there!
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),...
We had a great night Monday at the Reds game! A group of us from TiER1 and some of our friends got together for a night of baseball, food, and good company. It was an exciting game with two home runs and a win!
We sure have been busy around here! Over the past couple of months, we have had a lot of new people join TiER1 (and more are coming). Get to know the newest members of the TiER1 team!
Prior to TiER1, Stu served for 25 years with the US Air Force in roles including flight instructor, fighter pilot, and experimental test pilot, and held numerous leadership positions from small to large teams. After retiring from the Air Force as a Colonel, Stu founded and ran a consulting business in Dayton, OH participating in research projects with the Air Force Research Laboratory...