The Fox Valley Chapter of SCORE offers free mentoring sessions to small business owners and start-ups at the Plainfield Public Library, 15025 S. Illinois St., Plainfield, IL on the second and fourth Mondays of the month, 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Space is very limited, and registration is required. Go to foxvalley.score.org, click on Book Now! and follow the steps to register at the Plainfield Public Library. SCORE is a nationwide, non-profit organization dedicated to helping the owners of existing and start-up businesses assure that their businesses grow and prosper.
What is the essence of leadership? And why is leadership hard? Nicolas Cole looks at leadership, what it is and what it is not. Click here to find out what he says. You may become a better – or even great – leader.
Need information about a U.S. business? The RefUSA database at the library is the place to search. Regularly updated, verified and current information keeps this a valuable and timely resource whether you are a business owner, a student, or someone searching for business information. Click here and find out more.
Rose Leadem finds out from Nancy Daniels from TLC what has made her a success. Her traits may become yours. Find out more about Nancy Daniels, here.
“The Plainfield Business Evolution Center reflects the Village’s continued commitment to creating a business friendly environment and the necessary infrastructure for businesses to grow. The business center is located at the Village Hall and contains approximately 4,000 square feet and provides new and home-based businesses with the opportunity to utilize office space. Included in a nominal fee is dedicated cubicle space, phone service, high speed internet, a copier, and access to a conference room.” For more information, please visit the Village website or contact the Village of Plainfield Planning Department at (815) 439-2824.
Would you rather lead or manage? What is really going to work the best? Robert Glazer takes a look at this question. Click here to see what he says will produce the best results. Perhaps this will be the best for you and your organization.
A Google study looked at successful teams and discovered five key characteristics that made for great teams. Click here to discover what Michael Schneider says about this study. It may help you with your company.