Better Management, Tailor-Made

Don’t let your style of management suffer from a one-size-fits-all approach. The purpose of your style goes far beyond mere self-expression. When you tailor your technique, it shows you care about the individual needs of your employees. For a bespoke management style, tap into Dr. Paul Hersey’s Situational Leadership® Model. The concept is simple, although…

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The CEOs Charge for 2017

One of my favorite movies of all time is Gladiator. I love stories of the underdog overcoming the odds and finding a way to win. I also appreciate the lessons that I can learn from history. There is a particularly profound quote from the film that has stuck with me over the years- “Do not…

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Leading with Vision and Purpose

Purpose of a Vision: Commitment In most cases, excellence is about seven parts commitment and three parts strategy – William Bridges, Managing Transitions Let’s face it, while we work passionately and purposefully to make a difference, work is hard. Consider the plethora of organizational dynamics like teamwork, communication, accountability, decision making and human behavioral dynamics…

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Through the Eyes of a Roam Intern

Ben Jackson, Summer 2015 Intern My summer internship at Roam could be described as dynamic. I had the opportunity to spend 12 weeks focusing on day-to-day Roam operations in addition to several specific projects. The skills I developed through this internship experience have proven to be extremely helpful, especially as I approach my upcoming graduation…

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Local Collective Recap, Launch: Session 1

In case you missed it, click above to watch a quick recap from Local Collective! We successfully launched our first Local Collective last Friday, February 26th with our friends Jeff Henderson of North Point Ministries, David Farmer and Shane Benson of Chick-fil-A and Kevin Jennings of Junction 32. In Session 1 of Launch: Making your…

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Announcing Roam’s New Event Series: LOCAL COLLECTIVE

We all experience growing pains. And here at Roam, we are in the midst of feeling the strain associated with our own growth and development. Ultimately, we strive towards creating a community within our workplaces. But not just any community, an invested community…a local collective. In the past, we have hosted numerous experts and seasoned…

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3 Leadership Lessons on Generosity

A few weeks ago I had a few new friends move to Atlanta. Plans had been made, boxes had been packed, loose ends were tied up, and a U-Haul truck had officially been loaded with everything they owned inside. Off they went to a new city. They made their way here and found a nice…

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Leading Millennials Well

In the next 5 years, businesses will spend millions of dollars trying to connect with the generation known as “millennials”. That’s not scientific, but we all know it’s a fact because we’ve heard it a million times (right?). Can one generation really be that different? Yes and no. If you think about the influx of…

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3 Things To Remember About Failure

No one talks about it at parties. It isn’t something you just bring up when you’re on a first date or when you’re sitting across from a potential job opportunity in an interview. But every single person on planet earth has experienced it. What am I talking about? Failure. I know, I know, I know…the…

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8 Lessons For First Job Success

So you got your first job… Now what? Just show up and do your work, right? Get there on time and stay out of the way. Everything else will fall into place. So wrong. Do this and not only will you crash and burn, you’ll be searching for your second job in no time. So…

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