Compliments Make The Business World Go-Round: What’s Your Compliment Score?

Bill Goodwin is CEO of MeMD, a national telehealth provider offering virtual urgent care, primary care, and behavioral health solutions.

Let’s face it. We all need compliments on a regular basis. Leading isn’t easy. Working with other people can often be a challenge. The underlying stress of always having to manage and lead can take its toll. You feel it, and your team feels it. 

Whether you are new to the workforce or the CEO of a large company, compliments should be top-of-mind. You might naturally dole out kindness to your kids, but when it comes to giving genuine compliments to other adults, I’ve found that most people typically fall short. The problem is two-fold: (1) most leaders simply don’t give enough compliments, and (2) of those leaders who do give compliments, many of their compliments lack substance and specificity.

Assessing Compliment Scores

A “compliment score” can help

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Federally funded mass vaccination site coming to Bon Carre business center

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Friday, the White House announced the Bon Carre business center will become a mass vaccination site.

“It just makes sense logistically, you know we are right here on Florida Blvd, most people all throughout the parish can get here” said District 6 East Baton Rouge Metro Councilman, Cleve Dunn.

The plan is to bring shots directly to underserved communities.

“This is undoubtedly going to be a game changer in our fight against Covid 19” said East Baton Rouge Mayor-President, Sharon Weston Broome.

According to the White House, the site will be able to provide 3,000 shots per day for up to 8 weeks.

“Our Mass Vaccination sites located in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in the nation are run and staffed by FEMA and DOD staff in close partnership with state and local officials and these sites have a combined capacity to administer 110,000

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Healthcare & Laboratory Labels Market Business Strategy With CAGR of 4.6%, Manufacturers Analysis and Forecast by 2031 | Business

Pune, India, April 08, 2021 (Wiredrelease) Prudour Pvt. Ltd: Market.us proclaims the addition of a new report titled, Healthcare Laboratory Labels Market 2021 Key Dynamics, Recent and Future Demand, Trend, Analysis upto 2031, which lends a complete an in-depth analysis of the latest trends, rendering specific details on market size, technical and business developments persuading the business statistics outlook and opportunity assessment period by 2031. The future scope projections of the Healthcare Laboratory Labels industry looks promising with opportunities in the various applications. The updated research work also offers a precise summary of revenue fact with CAGR(%), sales channels analysis breakdown by production and market valuation and net profit forecast 2022-2031.

As per the research work, the worldwide Healthcare Laboratory Labels market, which recommends an Opportunity of USD 1,572.2 Mn in 2018 assessment, will be up at a CAGR of 4.6% during the time slot from 2018 to 2028

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WhatsApp introduces new shopping features on its Business app: Here are the details

WhatsApp has announced new shopping features that will be available on the company’s Business app. The Facebook-owned company is now providing businesses with the ability to create and manage catalogs from WhatsApp web or desktop version rather than just smartphones.

WhatsApp asserted that people have found catalogs a good way to discover products and services, so they are making it available on other platforms as well.

“Since many businesses manage their inventory from a computer, this new option will make it quick and easy to add new items or services so their customers know what’s available. This will be extremely helpful for businesses with big inventories like a restaurant or clothing store so they can manage their catalog from a bigger screen. Catalogs have also allowed businesses to easily showcase and share what they offer,” WhatsApp said in a statement.

The messaging service is saying that users can browse

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