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That’s the first question you usually ask of someone new whether at a backyard BBQ or a black tie affair.

It’s a question ingrained in polite conversation.  But what if when meeting someone new, that person put forth the effort to understand you, and not just what your hands do for a living. […]

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PRSM LIVE is bringing together members in their own neighborhoods.  Next month, August 18th, members will be able to network and discuss key industry trends and issues over lunch.  Guest speaker Justin Doak will provide the keynote presentation -Navigating Industry Sustainable Benchmarks.

Resicom is both attending and sponsoring the Chicago development program.  This hometown event is […]

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Resicom believes in the bold pursuit of what normal should be.

It should be normal that learning drives growth, and a growing business prospers.

Our core value is to be an organization of individuals committed to development.  This mind set will drive us toward to our corporate and personal goals.  To achieve this objective, Resicom […]

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Resicom believes in the bold pursuit of what normal should be.

It should be normal that the companies you hire make you better.

It should be normal that the people you bring into your organization strengthen your company.

This purpose breathes throughout the company and directs how we approach both client relationships and recruiting […]

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Opportunities need the right people with the right resources to be realized. This cannot be understated. Too many companies do not properly prepare their people for success. They typically under-train and under-support the very people they expect to deliver results. The logic does not add up. The end result includes disengaged people doing things well […]

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Not So Fast…

On July 9, 2010 By

So many people are in a rush – to get somewhere, to get something done, to clear their list of things to do. We live in an efficiency driven world. This is understandable, as it gives us the satisfaction of accomplishing something. My struggles with this are when people are so focused on getting the […]

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Interdependence

On June 29, 2010 By

Interdependence. Now there is a word not used nearly enough. People talk about independence quite often. Interdependence is almost never discussed.

Gandhi put it this way “Interdependence is and ought to be as much the ideal of man as self-sufficiency. Man is a social being. Without interrelation with society he cannot realize his oneness with […]

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February 2010

Lemont, IL

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