Sometimes what you think you know is not what is actually true.
Sometimes what you think you know is not what is actually true. For example, you don’t always have to be quiet in libraries.
In fact, the Columbus Metropolitan Library wants kids 8 and younger to sing and dance this Thursday morning at the first in a new series of family programs at the Main Library Downtown in a kickoff concert by author and musician Jim Gill. Other free events are scheduled throughout the year.
Regardless of Whitehouse rhetoric, immigrants make significant contributions to the economy, and in Ohio their average annual earnings are almost as high as US-born workers, according to website NerdWallet. In some states, immigrants are employed in positions in which they earn more than those born in America.
Sometimes people get sick or hurt in hospitals while healing from what put them there in the first place. The good news is Ohio hospitals are making great progress in preventing hospital-acquired infections and helping reduce readmissions after patients are released. A new report from the Ohio Hospital Association says its work with hospitals since 2012 has saved $8.5 billion in healthcare costs and avoided 1.9 million infections and other adverse events.
C-suite inhabitants are not all male, and female CEOs often share how they got there. Caster Connection founder and CEO Sally Hughes will talk about Leaders in Heels on March 22 at an evening event of the Dublin Women’s Philanthropic Club at the Country Club at Muirfield Village.
Military veterans aren’t trained just for war; what makes them good soldiers also translates to being entrepreneurs and running their own small businesses. The US Small Business Administration offers Boots to Business Reboot training to help veterans make the switch. The next session will be March 30 at the American Legion in Delaware.
And mistakes can be a good thing. When good leaders find themselves heading in a wrong direction, they are able to change course for the better, as our featured monthly profile subjects continue to demonstrate. See the “best mistake” videos of Mayor Andrew Ginther and Crane Group CEO Tanny Crane.