Carmel Business Leader April 2014 Cover

Carmel April 2014

Hendricks County Business Leader April 2014 Cover

Hendricks County April 2014

Southside Business Leader April 2014 Cover

Southside April 2014

Management for the masses: How do employees develop trust in supervisors?

Researchers in management define trust as the “willingness to be vulnerable to another person.” In the workplace, this has many important practical implications. When workers trust their supervisors, they behave as if they are going to be rewarded and treated fairly even in times of uncertainty – meaning they keep performing well even when things
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April 14th, 2014


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Current in Carmel Business Spotlight: Surroundings by Natureworks

A Business Spotlight Video.

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February 26th, 2014

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IMCU merges with Warren M.S.D. Federal Credit Union

Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU), Central Indiana’s largest credit union, successfully completed its merger with Warren M.S.D. Federal Credit Union of Indianapolis, Indiana on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013. This newly combined organization, Indiana Members Credit Union ($1.3 billion) and Warren M.S.D. Federal Credit Union ($17 million), now has 25 branches throughout Central Indiana. Ron Collier,
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August 14th, 2013

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Southport RDC hosts public meeting Nov. 9

The City of Southport has agreed to sell the old concrete plant property, 2.395 acres at Van Dyke St., for redevelopment. The Redevelopment Commission is assuming responsibility to determine the best use for the benefit of the city. The property is currently zoned C7. The RDC will gather information from a meeting on Nov. 9,
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November 1st, 2013

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Researchers in management define trust as the “willingness to be vulnerable to another person.” In the workplace, this has many important practical implications. When workers trust their supervisors, they behave as if they are going to be rewarded and treated fairly even in times of uncertainty – meaning they keep performing well even when things
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For many years, scholars believed that leadership wasn’t something that you did…a leader was something that you were. They studied leaders to identify the traits that gave them that innate, often indescribable ability to compel others to act. Many of them romanticized the idea of a special gift bestowed on a few individuals that allowed
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Your organization needs employees who express their thoughts and opinions. This phenomenon, known in the literature as “employee voice,” is often the way problems are identified and solved, or new products developed. In fact, the lack of employee voice has been blamed for such notable failures as the Challenger disaster and airplane crashes. But despite
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Your company puts significant effort into recruiting and hiring the best employees you can find. But for too many organizations, the effort stops there. Organizational research confirms that most of the time, the task of making employees most productive in their new roles begins once they are hired, and continues for at least the first
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We know that a company’s first line supervisors are important. For many employees, their boss is their conduit to the organization: how the supervisor communicates, interacts, and treats people forms the basis for how employees feel the company as a whole operates. Managers can also be directly responsible for employees’ decisions to stay in or
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