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Your Next Step

Chris Oliver

Women don’t always get the most important career advice: How to be an effective leader. One solution from the Mink Center for Business & Leadership is a new initiative called the Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance, which helps women improve their management and leadership skills. Board members at the center knew local companies wanted training Read the full article…

Members of the audience at the 2016 Hawaii Business Leadership Conference. Photo by Aaron K. Yoshino.

15 Keys to Effective Leadership

Hawaii Business magazine

THE PANELISTS: SCOTT BARBER – President and CEO, Hawaiian Telcom MARY ANN BARNES – President, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals, Hawaii Region WAYNE KAMITAKI – CEO, HouseMart SCOTT SIMON – Executive coach and consultant, Simon Leadership Group   MODERATOR: STEVE PETRANIK – Editor, Hawaii Business 1. It’s crucial to know your leadership style. What’s Read the full article…

February 2017 , Leadership
February, 2017
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5 Steps to Protect Your Personal Brand

Monchalee Steiger

You may think primarily of your company’s brand, but, if you are online, you also have a personal brand. Monchalee Steiger, marketing manager of The Queen’s Health Systems, offers these steps for professionals who want to protect their personal brand. 1. OWN YOUR NAME “Owning” your name or handle across your digital accounts helps establish Read the full article…

Careers , February 2017 , Marketing
February, 2017
MythandReality

Myth and Reality

Steve Petranik

Entrepreneurism is hip and it seems that everyone has a plan for their own business. It also appears that, more than ever, there are resources to support startups, both locally and nationally, including accelerators, college courses, government programs and more. The reality over the past three decades is less bright, according to the Ewing Marion Read the full article…

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You Will Be Hacked

Beverly Creamer

It could have already happened and you just don’t know it. Either way, it will happen to you, no matter how big or small your organization is. Here are five ways the cyber war is being fought in Hawaii, and what’s being done to reduce the risk and recover more quickly after a breach. 1. Read the full article…