Three years ago, Neighborhoods Organizing for Change was barely on the Minnesota nonprofit world’s radar.

Monica Seme, principal consultant for Superior Insight Consulting

Emotional Intelligence is all the buzz among business leaders today. What is it? How can it help your business leaders? What results can be expected?

Katherine Syverson at Lube-Tech’s St. Paul location

Every nine seconds, an American worker seeks medical attention for a workplace injury. Each injury costs, on average, $40,000, including direct and indirect losses. So American employers lose $250,000 every minute to a problem that, by and large, can be prevented.

Three Deep employees enjoy the freedom to work from Three Deep’s custom on-site bar.

Lots of companies are great at selling their products, services or ideas. Far fewer are great at selling themselves. How should small and midsize employers market themselves to potential recruits? We asked advice from four experts — most of whom offer this kind of counsel for a living.

Does the action at your Best Company to Work For take place at your kitchen table? Minnesota has some great coworking spaces where you can work and network with other innovative entrepreneurs.

St. Paul-based public relations firm Goff Public is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. To celebrate, it’s hosting a free communications training seminar on July 19 for up to 50 Minnesota-based nonprofits.

Tim Davis, The UPS Store president presents a check to Henry Cervantes, founder of BallSkate.

Admit it. You’ve daydreamed about accepting one of those giant mocked-up stunt checks.

Enrique “Henry” Cervantes got his hands on one, but it didn’t come from the Minnesota Lottery and the dude from Publishers Clearinghouse didn’t bang on his door.

The CIO of TCF Financial, Tom Butterfield, shares his thoughts about technology, leadership and other topics with host Jeff Martin on the sixth episode of Driving Change. In the video series, Martin takes leading technology executives for a ride in his Prius as he picks their brains. Butterfield discusses evolution vs.

Minnesota IT security professionals attend the security roundtable at Butcher and the Boar in downtown Minneapolis.

You text in the old hunt and peck style, using your two index fingers; your teenaged daughter is a whiz texting with the two thumb technique.

Imagine a security system that could identify if there was a change in your — or her — user pattern, and could recognize an alteration in style as a possible breach by a scammer.

Gloria Freeman, founder and CEO of Olu’s Home, was named Minnesota’s Small Businessperson of the Year.

Hey small business owner! Did you get your salute from President Obama?

By Presidential proclamation, May 1-7 is declared to be National Small Business Week, an annual marking of the critical value of this segment of the American economy.

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