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Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Josh lived in Iowa and Kansas before landing in Metro Atlanta in 2001. After graduating from Milton High School, Josh spent two years at Samford University and then transferred to Kennesaw State University where he graduated with a degree in Organizational Communication. Josh made his move to Roam in 2016…

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Chad Turner is a husband, father, son, brother and friend who is passionate about overcoming challenges and inspiring others. While in college, Chad honed his leadership skills both on the baseball field and in his study of business management. Upon graduation, he began a career in leadership development with college students at The University of…

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From innovative startups to Fortune 500’s, Roam Innovative Workplace has the privilege to host a variety of meeting clients in our workspaces – and we’ve learned a thing or two from these experts along the way. Offering a collection of learnings and best practices from industry leaders, this eBook provides everything you’ll need to ensure…

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Employee engagement and retention is a hot topic in Corporate America and because of that, it’s time we approach feedback differently. As leaders, we must redefine the word ‘feedback’ and view it as a positive, constructive concept that can boost innovation, solve problems and build empowerment in organizations. Within the next 10 years, Millennials are…

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Feedback is a crucial part of all business relationships. Companies need feedback from their customers to ensure their product or service is what their customer wants and needs. Employees need feedback to reinforce when they are performing well or redirect behavior or actions that might be derailing their success. Most importantly, leaders need feedback from…

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For many employees, The Annual Review is quickly approaching. Don’t dread it. Instead, prepare for it. You can only control your side on the receiving end, so get ready to make the most of it. To prepare for constructive criticism, we can learn from Sheila Heen. She’s a lecturer at Harvard Law School, a partner…

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Have you already instituted a weekly meeting-free day? That’s right, one day every week where meetings aren’t allowed. Either way, you’re bound to still have meetings throughout the rest of the week. It’s worth the effort to make those remaining meetings more enjoyable and productive. Get ready to hustle. It’s time to amp up meetings!…

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Roam is only a few weeks away from the opening of Roam Perimeter Center. While construction projects wrap up and the creative team begins installing final finishes and decor features, the Perimeter Center team eagerly awaits the people and businesses that will breathe energy into this new innovative space. As Roam continues to prepare for…

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Company culture is a hot topic these days; but as much as everyone’s talking about it, very few people are bothering to define it. I can’t claim to have the single, correct definition of company culture, but I can tell you what it means to me. To me, culture is the force which rallies ordinary…

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It’s true: people with outgoing, charismatic personalities often rise to the top when it comes to leadership selection. Their personality traits naturally help them stand out from the crowd. However, neither charisma nor intelligence predicts long-term leadership effectiveness. Leaders come in all shapes and sizes and with many different personalities and skill traits. You are…

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