Meet RINewsToday writer, Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL

Every Monday, Mary T. O’Sullivan, our business leadership writer, tells us about the latest information in business environments. Navigating through COVID times, and now coming out of them, Mary is a recognized authority on being a leader in the corporate world, big or small. From personal coaching to identifying trends Mary will speak and read…

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Quiet Quitting. Yes, it’s a thing. – Mary T. O’Sullivan

By Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL “Quiet quitting isn’t really about quitting, it’s about burnout” – Anonymous A recent Gallup poll reports that 50% of the U.S. workforce is “quiet quitting”. Although the term “quiet quitting” is new in the HR lexicon, the act of quieting, mentally withdrawing from the job is not. Disengaged employees have…

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Why You Need a Business Plan – Mary T. O’Sullivan

By Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL “If you do not know where you are going, every road will get you nowhere.” – Henry A. Kissinger Building a business is a challenging undertaking. Most people dive in and start doing before they have a strategy, goals, vision, or know what values are driving them. People try many…

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Why reputation is important – Mary T. O’Sullivan

By Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL “The reputation of a thousand years may be determined by the conduct of one hour” – Japanese proverb According to Ethical Corporation, an online newsletter, “corporate reputation impacts business results and as such should be treated with as much vigor as other business risks”.   The Hill and Knowlton International Corporate…

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Post-COVID Healthy Living: program for providers in hospitals, medical centers – Mary T. O’Sullivan

by Mary T. O’Sullivan MSOL – contributing writer on business leadership “Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account.” Anne Wilson Schaef Over the past five years, and specifically in the post-COVID era, many medical centers have experienced increasing health care costs, illness-related absenteeism, and challenges in…

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