Your Data is Gold
You are sitting on a pile of gold, my friend. So let’s dig in. Data is one of the most powerful tools your organization can leverage and can always be improved upon. With that, you either have data that you aren’t storing well, fully optimizing, have trouble accessing, or haven’t even started collecting yet.
Comstock’s Talks: Young Professionals Roundtable
We hit Canon’s happy hour for a real conversation with our Young Professionals honorees.
What It Takes to Sell Your Business
Six Steps to Selling and Retiring
It’s crucial to a successful sale to take steps to
optimize how your business will be valued. Executive
business coach Brett Sargent outlines his model for selling a
business and retiring with ease.
(Career) Progress Isn’t Linear
Demystifying myths around the ideal career path for young professionals
It’s normal for career paths to be unclear, or even lead you
backward temporarily. Metro Edge’s 2022 program chair Taylor
Toledo offers up ideas for young professionals to find their
way along a path that is anything but linear.
Call to Interaction
To reach young consumers, advertisers think outside the checkbox
Savvy advertising won’t help a business if its core values aren’t
consistent on every level. In today’s marketing landscape,
authentic messaging aimed toward building trust and
engagement is critical.
Workers in their 20s and 30s in the Capital Region strive to make a difference
For many young professionals, a job isn’t just a job, but
rather a chance to make a difference in the world — to be beacons
and forces for good, even change within their
The Merits of Mentorship
Workers and managers both benefit from helping guide careers
Mentors can help mentees look for a job, strengthen their
portfolios, navigate the rocky waters of freelancing and
Language Access Opens a World of New Opportunities
Increasing language access for clients and staff can expand your customer base and build trust with a diverse workforce
While it may be easier to think of the world as English speaking only, there are many relationships (and bottom lines) that can be improved through increased language access.
Diversity Is Your Workplace’s Biggest Strength
Active listening, personal bias training and slowing down can help workplaces embrace diversity in a more meaningful way
Guest writer Cassandra Walker Pye shares how bringing
together people with varied backgrounds can lead to
more thoughtful and creative ideas.
Cyberbullies in the Workplace
Five ways to protect employees from virtual harassment
The emergence of remote work has broadened the horizons for
cyberbullying. We share the warning signs and five ways to