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Wes Morgan
Wes Morgan writes on:

Teach Your Children Well

31March14

ShareFair, Experience the STEMosphere is a FREE one-day event where students, parents, educators and lifelong learners of all ages can join us for a public exhibition of fun, interactive, STEM-inspired activities at the University of Missouri - St Louis. It took place on March 29, 2014. The event was made possible through the generosity of [...]


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Lisbeth Calandrino

3 Things You Can Do To Improve Employee Customer Engagement (Part 3)

28March14

In an interview with LoyaltyTruth, Paul Hebert, a lead consultant with Symbolist and an expert in the behavioral arts and employee engagement, he said he believes it’s unrealistic to aim for fully engaged staff, but feels stores should “begin measuring — with whatever tool you find helpful — and then start working to move the needle.”
Instead [...]



 
 
Wes Morgan
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Sleeping Dogs, Casting and Sculpture

27March14

Thad Duhigg is a sculptor, artist, and a friend of the Laumeier Sculpture Park. He is a friend in a different way than the euphemism that implies a person who is a magnanimous patron who writes checks in support of the arts. This friend is a guy who has helped repair sculpture, produced castings that [...]


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Lisbeth Calandrino

3 Things You Can Do To Improve Employee Customer Engagement (Part 2)

25March14

Your salespeople are on overdrive and not really engaged with their customers. How do you know? They don’t ask for emails, send customers thank-you notes, or follow through with customers who don’t buy. If you have a type of loyalty program, they don’t take the time to explain it to the customer or don’t know [...]



 
 
Wes Morgan
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Ringmaster

24March14

David Hults is a career coach, author, professional speaker, and columnist. His insightful presentation is based on content from his new book, Ringmaster. David wants you to focus on how to master change in your career and inside your organization. He encourages you and your staff to become more engaged at work. As author of five books, he says [...]



 
 
Lisbeth Calandrino

3 Things You Can Do To Improve Employee Customer Engagement (Part 1)

21March14

Remember the Carnival cruise ship Triumph? If I were a crew member, I’d probably also flip out, though the crew of the Carnival Triumph has been praised in the media and by guests, for remaining attentive, friendly, and professional. This is not something you might expect from a massively diverse group of underpaid and standardly overworked [...]



 
 
Bruce Kirsch
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What Is A Preferred Return? (Part 4)

20March14

The unlocked, downloadable Excel-based example embedded below shows a compounded, cumulative annually-calculated return with annual payment, also with the return measured off of the performance of the third party investor’s capital only.

Valuate does all of this efficiently and beautifully without risking any miscalculations.

If you want to learn more about the mechanics in Excel, we also [...]


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Bruce Kirsch
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What Is A Preferred Return? (Part 3)

19March14

The unlocked, downloadable Excel-based example embedded below shows a non-compounded, cumulative annually-calculated return with annual payment, with the return measured off of the performance of the third party investor’s capital only. Note that there is a toggle in row 10 that allows you to choose which party or parties participate in the preferred return. This addresses the [...]


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Bruce Kirsch
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What Is A Preferred Return? (Part 2)

18March14

Some explanation

All cash investors in a commercial real estate transaction want to be rewarded based on (at a minimum) the total dollar amount they invest.
The sponsor and the third party investor will typically invest different dollar amounts, with the third party investor contributing the large majority of the capital.

So let’s say the joint venture (“JV”) [...]


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Wes Morgan
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Barb Wired

17March14

Barb Flunker was indeed wired for her opening at the architecture and design firm in the Grove neighborhood on Manchester Road in St. Louis on March 7, 2014. She greets everyone as they enter. She helps create excitement around her work on display. She is brave, expressionistic, contemporary and unafraid of talking about her process [...]


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