Learn ways that a company can give back to the community Q: How do I add a philanthropic aspect to my business? A: Many business owners choose to pursue philanthropy in addition to their commercial goals. Businesses can advance their charitable interests in many ways. Some businesses give a portion of their profits to charitable…

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Better Business Bureau Ethics TORCH Award Finalist. Used by kind permission of the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally published on November 28, 2018.

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Better Business Bureau Ethics TORCH Award Finalist. Used by kind permission of the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally published on November 28, 2018.

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Better Business Bureau Ethics TORCH Award Finalist Used by kind permission of the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally published on November 28, 2018.

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Better Business Bureau Ethics TORCH Award Finalist Used with kind permission by the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally published on November 28, 2018.

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Better Business Bureau Ethics TORCH Award Finalist Used with kind permission of the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally published on November 28, 2018.

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Classic “soft skills” need new definitions and applications for workplaces of the future.

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It’s #NationalWomensHistoryMonth, and Leasa Graves, Assistant Director of National Women’s History Alliance joins us on this episode of Better Series to discuss the historical impacts women have had on our society and in business. Women are leading, but they have always been. Tune in to hear why this so vital to see and ensure in…

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To See, Own, Articulate, and Release your mission, is the premise behind SOAR Community Networks. Mali Phonpadith, founder and CEO of SOAR Community Networks, joins us to talk about the difference between good leaders and great leaders. Used by kind permission of the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota & North Dakota. Originally broadcast on May…

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Five “gestures of respect” may determine whether they do or not In the fall of 2015, as an ethnographer who helps organizations understand how their audiences see the world, I was asked by Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) to examine how consumers think about interactions with businesses. Ultimately, the goal was to define what…

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