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arson
From The Editor's Desk

Workplace arsonists seem to exist in their own office hyperbole. They are the ones who spread poison, or try to play Game of Thrones with other people’s careers. It benefits them because they are able igniting fires, not about building up organizations. The worst component of a workplace arsonist is

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Group links are a failure
Blog Posts

Sending out group buy links without developing a relationship, without building a group leader, is about as dumb as it gets. Yet, there are several ticket offices right now, staffed with young group account executives, who are working in earnest, doing that very thing every day of the week. While

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Franchise ticket requests
Blog Posts

Charitable ticket requests are something that I have received a lot of questions about recently from fellow franchise executives. ‘Tis the season to continually receive massive amounts of ticket donation request letters from charities throughout the local community, trying to hit up teams for an auction or fund drive. That’s

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SONeil
Podcast Episodes

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0137.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSWhen it comes to organizational systems and people management, Sean O’Neil wrote the book on the subject. O’Neil talks about some of the misconceptions about why people do the things they do, whether a management style should favor process over people,

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