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Online at USIndoor — In Case You Missed It ...
  • Leagues bring up to 20,000 people per day to Farmington Sports Arena (Ct.), sparking interest in indoor sports facilities in other towns

  • NBA, WNBA, and NCAA shooting specialist Dave Hopla will visit Valley Sports Center (Ct.) in November for a clinic with local boys and girls.

  • A local newspaper profiled the Whatcom Speedskating Club, which has been meeting at Bellingham Sportsplex (Wash.) for 15 years.
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The ABCs of Employee Retention
By Mel Kleiman
There is a direct correlation between employee retention, customer loyalty and company profits. Employee retention efforts don't have to be elaborate or laden with perks. You just have to do a good job on the fundamentals. Take a look at the following ideas and add at least a few to your employee retention strategy. You do have a retention strategy, don't you?
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3 Things Managers Must Do to Lead Change
By Adrian Davis
Every organization is dealing with change — some more successfully than others. The linchpin in change efforts is middle management. Middle managers are the interface between the visionaries who decide on the change and the front-line workers who must implement it. If middle management is not engaged, the front-line workers will not be either. The challenge with engaging middle managers is that they are not the authors of the change, and they are negatively impacted by it in the short term.
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USIndoor Calendar
November 1 GO Indoor submission deadline for advertisers and article writers
Mid-November Fall issue of GO Indoor published
December 31 2014 USIndoor referee badges expire; contact USIndoor to set up a certification clinic for 2015.
January 1, 2015 Automatic membership renewals begin processing; make sure contact and payment information is up to date. Renewal links can be found at USIndoor.com's membership page.
May 12-14, 2015 15th Annual Conference and Trade Show, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

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Cyber-insurance Becomes Popular among Smaller, Mid-size Businesses
The Washington Post
More than 3,000 American businesses were hacked last year, many of them small and midsize firms that are often less protected than their multinational counterparts, according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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Do This 1 Thing Every Day to Get On the Fast Track to Success
LinkedIn
Luckily, you can practice self-regulation, even if it's not one of your best skills. Mark Twain once said, "Eat a live frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of day." Author Brian Tracy took this to mean, do the thing you want to do the least, first and the rest of your day will be easier.
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