The experts hedge over the exact numbers of businesses that fail within the first five years, but the numbers are about 50 percent, which is enough to suggest there is a need for veteran business managers and executives to share their expertise through coaching.
As far back as 2008, the Institute of Medicine, along with a major public health nonprofit, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, recognized that nursing, as a profession, would need to evolve as the our society changed and as healthcare became more about chronic illnesses than acute care.
Technology is making its way into the assessment of human behavior through online evaluations of what is known as ’emotional intelligence.
On May 27, 2015, it was widely reported that the IRS will notify about 200,000 taxpayers about unauthorized access to their accounts and offer about half of these free credit monitoring.
Equine therapy, also known as equine assisted therapy and equine assisted psychotherapy, is, a very effective means to teach those who have autism, developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, ADD/ADHD.
Experiential learning, or ‘learning by doing,’ is a method of education by which students learn outside the traditional academic setting; through expanded exercises such as field trips, field research, visits to historical sites and instructional camps.
The job outlook for home health aids, as estimated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is expected to grow at a record rate of 48 percent between 2012 and 2022.
There are certainly parallels between sports and the equally demanding fields of business and management. Both require training, focus, communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team. Being a manager requires the ability to build a team.
The Greater Baltimore area remains a hub for cyber security as illustrated by the recent results of the third Invest Maryland Challenge in which 28 startups received prizes up to $100,000. Of the 28, six were in cyber security.
In a CDC report, which studied children in the years 2005-2011, those with mental disorders also frequently had other chronic health conditions such as asthma, diabetes, and epilepsy. These are known as co-occurring disorders and tend to be carried into adulthood unless properly treated.
In 1989, Xerox had an idea that many thought impossible at the time: that computers would one day be handheld devices. As of early 2015, Bloomberg reports that the wireless industry is maturing at approximately 235 million users in the U.S. alone.
Recent events in Baltimore City have reactivated calls not only for a better police department there, but also for economic efforts directed at all Maryland residents left behind educationally and vocationally by the improving economy.