Use this season as motivation to clean out your career. The birds are chirping, the snow has melted and Bostonians are starting to remove that painful look of winter off their faces and are actually inspired to do some spring cleaning. Yes, it’s spring time — the time of year when we can start anew!
So often we discuss what managers should do, but what about the things you shouldn’t.“People leave bad managers, not bad companies.” If this saying resonates with you, you’re not alone. While no manager is perfect, most of us at some point in our careers will encounter a manager that becomes a bad nightmare.
What if we told you that you could be reimbursed for up to 50% of your leadership training expenses?Thanks to the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund, your training dollars could be matched dollar for dollar. The great state of Massachusetts shares our commitment to investing in training our local workforce, and has a dedicated program to reward companies who are developing their next generation of leaders.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ve heard that the New England Patriots made history in the greatest Super Bowl comeback ever — led by none other than Tom Brady (and giving him his 5th ring). They call him the GOAT, but at Intelligent.ly we like to call him the GLOAT: Greatest Leader of All Time.
Courtney Camps, Director of Customer Success for EverTrue, has witnessed firsthand the impact of rapid growth at one of Boston’s bustling startups. She began her EverTrue career several years ago in Customer Success, and as the company’s fourth employee. In a recent conversation with us, Courtney emphasized how one of the most compelling benefits of working at a successful startup like EverTrue is the abundance of career-growth opportunities.
As the year comes to a close, we’re grateful for the chance to reflect on what an inspiring community of leaders we’ve had the chance to meet and connect with here at Intelligent.ly. As a gesture of our gratitude, we wanted to thank our alumni by making a donation in each of their names to an important cause.