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IB Seminar: Cultivating Mindful Focus in the Workplace

IB Seminar: Cultivating Mindful Focus in the Workplace

Nearly 110 attendees turned out for the latest installment in IB's Seminar Series Aug. 25, Cultivating Mindful Focus in the Workplace with Dr. Shilagh Mirgain and Bev Hays. Attendees learned how to embrace mindfulness to make better team members and leaders, increase productivity, lower absenteeism, and reduce health care costs; recognize daily distractions that impact attention, focus, and productivity; and practice evidence-based techniques that enhance emotional self-awareness and ability to focus.

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Kristh Meredith, Fluno Center

Kristh Meredith, Fluno Center

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Kristh Meredith, sales manager, Fluno Center.

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  • On the Job: SkipperBud's

    As winter approaches, SkipperBud's John Swise prepares for an onslaught of boat maintenance as about 500 boats will be removed from the water in just two months time to be stored for the season.

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The who is what truly matters

While many school systems throughout our nation have already opened their doors, we can safely assume that in the next two weeks all schools — public and private — will welcome about 55 million students nationwide to the 2015/16 school year. About one sixth of our nation’s entire population will be attending school anywhere from kindergarten through 12th grade.

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Engage employees to make cool choices

Are your employees willing to put in the extra effort it takes to delight a customer? Do they live your brand? Are they emotionally committed to your organization and its goals?

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U.S. markets likely to see more volatility in September

Solid U.S. economic data helped create a bounce in equity markets last week. Market volatility continues to draw the lion’s share of attention and volatility appears to be driven more by uncertainty around potential Federal Reserve actions and the implications of market declines in China.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Walling Wisconsin: How a few strategic barriers might help the Badger state

Presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to build a wall separating Mexico from America’s southern border. Gov. Scott Walker, also running for president, mused briefly about building a wall between the United States and Canada.

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In search of the missing puzzle piece

For the average person, finding a balance between your work and personal life can be a challenge. When you add fitness into the equation, it can become a real juggling act.

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Lessons in motivation

We’ve come to the end of the six-month challenge and are now reflecting upon what we’ve learned, what has worked for us, and what hasn’t. We realized in the beginning that each of us have very busy work and home lives and it wasn’t feasible to work out as a team; we did meet regularly to check in with one another and offer support and accountability as needed.

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Transportation Matters

with Craig Thompson

What can we learn from the Trump phenomena?

No matter where you stand on Donald Trump, there is no arguing that he has taken the presidential race by storm. Pundits and casual observers alike continue to debate how high his ceiling is and offer reasons why his message is resonating with a significant number of Americans.

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Minority Biz Report

with Sam Owens

Building better businesses: Q&A with Gregory St. Fort

If you’ve been around Madison’s startup scene within the past year, then you’ve probably already met Gregory St. Fort.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Crime? Reverse the charges, depending on race

And they say there’s no waste in the UW System that can be cut.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Milking need not be back breaking anymore

So many of the older farmers I encountered as a kid complained of arthritic joints.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Changing nature of today’s family farm in evidence at Farm Tech Days

Change is a constant in a dynamic society, and that can be unsettling to those who cannot adapt. Certainly, American agriculture has changed. It is riding the bio- and info-tech revolution to new and dizzying heights. But those advances are still rooted in the religious, patriotic, and family values of rural America, as evidenced on the three-generation Statz Brothers Farm east of Sun Prairie.

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Get Fit producing more than just fitness gains

In these past six months, we’ve all had our shares of ups and downs, but it really feels like we’ve created some sustainable awareness and made positive changes in the way we take care of each other and ourselves.

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Lands’ End posts another disappointing quarter

WHEDA’s Hogan picked to head WEDC

HealthMyne gets FDA OK for tumor imaging software

NorthStar Medical gets approval to make medical radioisotope

Net income, total lending continue to grow at state-chartered banks

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