Nick Pipitone


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Nick is an experienced writer and editor who graduated from Temple University with a journalism degree. He's worked as a business writer and a newspaper reporter.

Generocity Philly
Solutions for Progress is now Communally - Generocity Philly

What's in a name? A whole lot, according to Christopher Jacobs, CEO of the company formerly known as Solution for Progress (SfP), which has just ended a "soul-searching" rebranding process that can offer lessons for other Philly organizations.

Safety Compliance Alert
Issue 534

The eight-page newsletter that I manage as editor in chief. In this issue, I've written at least half of the articles, and I've edited and placed the rest of them in the newsletter.

7 Things Successful Managers Do Every Day

Being a manager is a lot like being head coach. Your job is to put your players in the best position to succeed. Some managers are like Jill Ellis, head coach of the U.S. women's national soccer team which won the World Cup. Or 11-time NBA champion Phil Jackson. Others?

7 leadership lessons from Pope Francis: What you can learn

Just two years into the job, Pope Francis has electrified an audience far bigger than the world's 1.2 billion Catholics. And he's done it by invoking a special trinity all his own: Style. Message. Mission. When he touches down on U.S. soil next week, the Pontiff's eloquent and earthly leadership style will be on full display.

33% of workers say their company puts productivity before safety

A new survey from the National Safety Council (NSC) reveals many U.S. workers think their companies prioritize productivity before safety. Workers in high-risk industries were more likely to say safety takes a backseat to production. The NSC surveyed 2,000 employees across the nation and found 33% believe their companies put production before safety.

Managers are Heroes
How to Give Constructive Feedback - Managers are Heroes

by Nick Pipitone One of the toughest parts of a manager's job is giving employees constructive feedback. But it's also one of the most important superpowers managers must improve. Without good feedback, workers won't grow. Whether it's positive or negative, employees need to know where they stand.

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