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American Graffiti

On February 8, 2011 By

How can bathroom partitions deter would-be graffiti artists?

Summary

Facility maintenance management faces the aggravation of bathroom partitions being an easy target for graffiti.  Maintaining presentable, unmarred bathroom partitions was a pain point for a national client.

Scope of the Work

Research and source options to replace existing material. Install new partitions according […]

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How can preventative maintenance structure apply to brand details?

Summary

A national retailer has synthetic greenery and plants strategically placed throughout each store.  The placement and use of plants plays a significant role in their overall branding, and even the way fronds hang must be staged according to specific directions.  The cleaning company being […]

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At the Winter Educational Event at the Museum of Science and Industry, held February 9th, 2011, from 3 to 8:30pm guests will discover a link between science, technology and business brand consultancy.

A panel of Chicago business leaders will lead the discussion.  Following is an Omnimax movie presentation/ keynote address from The Discovery Channel’s Reed […]

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Brand Protection

On January 5, 2011 By

Restaurants, retailers, hoteliers and property managers all invest time, talent and of course expense to ensure that their customer experience is just that- an experience. Consumers have a myriad of choices on where to shop, dine, spend and stay.  This leads to even higher expectations, especially when customers  award their loyalty to a […]

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It should be normal for people to end their workday knowing how they performed. It gives them the consistent feedback that reinforces the right activity, while giving the supervisor the ability to have objective performance discussions.

I am in pursuit of having every position in our company be able to have this daily feedback. We […]

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Humans have always pursued improved solutions to their problems. Think of the transformations we have experienced in transportation between 1900 and 1970. We witnessed the transformation from horse and rail transport, to automobile, then flight, and eventually rocket propelled space exploration. It could be normal to… take everyday challenges and opportunities, and create extraordinary solutions.

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It could be normal for someone to understand how performance is measured. School and sports are great examples of this. The opportunity to review the results and ponder adjustments help us align our efforts with our desired outcomes. Be bold in the pursuit of what normal could be.

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It should be normal to give someone your full attention when they are talking to you. Listening with the intention of understanding the other person’s intended message is fundamental in leadership and relationship development. One cannot listen well while working on something else or thinking about a response or other things. There is no such […]

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Finding Focus

On June 24, 2010 By

Guard your time like it is a valuable asset. People know when you quit listening. You cannot fake it. Good listening takes commitment. Be careful of how many people you commit to listen to. Otherwise your time will disappear and you will become ineffective. It could be normal to filter out the white noise and […]

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Lemont, IL

Resicom has been invited by Benedictine University and Professor Jerry Pasierb to present an interactive dialogue with undergraduate students regarding strategic planning and aligning marketing […]

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