Can your political views affect your career? The usual answer is no. But new research shows its more likely in small- and medium-sized businesses.
The International Fresh Produce Association is committed to empowering people who can lead from wherever they are – in their current roles and the roles they aspire to. The Leadership Path offers progressive leadership development programs – from entry-level staff to next-gen leaders to the C-suite. Three of nearly a dozen programs opened in early June for applications.
The U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council (USHBC) has launched the application process for the second class of its Blueberry Leadership Program that elevates up-and-coming leaders in the blueberry industry.
Rachel Turner, writing in Fast Company, has an article on how to talk to an underperforming employee. It’s good advice, although it bypasses the single most important issue.
The fifth Eastern Produce Council (EPC) Leadership Class toured the Philadelphia Wholesale Produce Market (PWPM) and Holt Logistics on March 21, 2023.
The Canadian Produce Marketing Association is proud to announce 18 rising stars who will participate in the 2023 Passion for Produce (PFP) program in Toronto.
The Eastern Produce Council (EPC) is proud to announce the members of its 2023 Leadership Class.
Pairwise, a purpose-driven, food-tech company that uses gene editing to develop new varieties of fruits and vegetables, announced today the addition of three new Vice President positions.
The Southeast Produce Council is pleased to announce the inaugural class of the Next Generation Leadership Academy, a truly unique leadership development program designed for up-and-coming leaders.
Sunk costs are the money you have already put into a project and will never get back, no matter what. But what if the project is turning out to be a fiasco?