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Published by: Caity Rivera | Published on: 20 May, 2019

On Wednesday, May 5th, the Talent Sector of the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce was proud to graduate this year’s Leadership Killeen class at the Shilo Inn and Suites.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 13 May, 2019

The Greater Killeen Young Professionals (GKYP) presented the Texas A&M University – Central Texas Foundation board with a check for $8,667.20! Talk about a great gift.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 13 May, 2019

Guess what? You need an email list. Even if you’re only occasionally sending out emails and can’t/won’t commit to a newsletter, you MUST HAVE a list.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 06 May, 2019

Personal brands are fluid. They can be changed. If you feel like it’s time to change yours, you can follow these tips.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 30 Apr, 2019

If you’re online for business, you’ve likely been told to engage and be human. But what does that look like? And can you do it wrong?

Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 29 Apr, 2019

Leadercast Live, the world’s largest one-day leadership conference, will be broadcast LIVE from Atlanta Friday May 10th and simulcast to hundreds of locations around the world, including Killeen.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 22 Apr, 2019

Here’s why mentorship programs are desperately needed and how you can do it even if you don’t have a large budget or operation.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 16 Apr, 2019

You might be surprised to learn that you don’t have to have the budget of Amazon to be able to begin getting some real intelligence about your customers

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 09 Apr, 2019

According to the American Institute of Stress and its Attitudes in the American Workplace VII Report, 80% of workers feel stress on the job and nearly half say they need help handling that stress.

Published by: John Crutchfield | Published on: 08 Apr, 2019

In 2015, Congress designated the first I-14 Corridor in Texas. That corridor extended from I-10, just south of El Paso, to the Texas/Louisiana state boundary in East Texas. The law specified that any segment of highway along the route built to inters