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Employee engagement is often used to describe those who are committed to their work, as well as their company.  Employees who are engaged seem to be more involved because they are also invested emotionally in the culture and success of the company. Experts believe when an organization fosters employee engagement, that organization does better overall. […]

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According to a new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Atlanta simultaneously has one of America’s fastest-growing economies, while also leading the nation in income inequality. Changing the Odds: Progress and Promise in Atlanta examines the systemic inequities that prevent many of the city’s families of color from thriving, as well as innovative policies[…]

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“No amount of effort is adequate, until proven effective” – Sybil C. Mobley   While this quote from Mobley may sound cliché, in the world of project management it is absolute certitude. Project managers are always expected to produce desirable results. The importance of having a reputation for producing results is further magnified by the[…]

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“A goal without a plan is just a wish.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery In the world of project management, it is quite common for managers to invest too much time and effort into solely creating plans and not enough time on implementing those plans. While time is often of the essence in any project, an[…]

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Recently CDCG President, Karen Davis, facilitated a meeting for an upcoming community project she is currently overseeing. The meeting involved a group of community and influential organizational leaders coming together in a collaborative effort to brainstorm on action strategies to be implemented within one of Atlanta’s growing communities. Karen facilitated the meeting and effectively managed[…]

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