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Luke Marsh

Head Of MarketingInnago

Cincinnati, OH

Member Since August 2023

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4 reasons emotional intelligence matters in business


EQ is more than just a good quality that businesses should care about. It's a critical ingredient in the fabric of every successful company. 


As work environments continue to evolve, it’s important to adapt how you approach employee engagement.

The danger of potential: How to make sure ideas turn into action 


How can you avoid the pitfalls of potential and make sure your team takes action? 

How do you produce your best work?

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Business leaders discuss which type of business atmosphere fuels their drive and creativity.  Since the COVID-19 pandemic began—and now in the new normal as it continues to be a part of our everyday lives—there has been plenty of debate between company leaders and their employees concerning return-to-work policies vs. hybrid or remote work.  However, it's not just about where you work best, sometimes it's also about how and when you are able to thrive the most and in certain situations. That doesn't necessarily correlate with the physical space. It can also have to do with the people you engage with on a daily basis, the trust (or distrust) you have in leadership, psychological safety, and the opportunities (or lack of) to take on new assignments with the encouragement and ability to advance your professional career. Below, 13 Fast Company Executive Board members weigh in on what types of work environments help them produce the best work and why they think that is. 

Four ways to enhance your workplace culture


Your workplace culture is something that will make or break your business.

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