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How to Train Your Managers for the New World of Work Without Breaking the Bank

Your managers need to be prepared for this year’s unique challenges. Here’s how small businesses can think about impactful — and cost-effective — manager training.

BUSINESS BRIEF: Headwaters Tech Hub Letter from Grant Kier of Missoula Economic Partnership

The Headwaters Tech Hub (HTH) recognizes and seeks to extend our region’s leadership in photonic sensing, accelerate our ability to commercialize technologies at scale, and increase our ecosystem’s technology footprint into sectors vital to the national and economic security of the United States.

GFDA Top Ten for 2-18-24

4) Manufacturers, if you don’t get the monthly newsletter from the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center you are missing out on great training and other resources. Check out MMEC’s February Newsletter.

How to adopt the “bricolage” mindset that supercharged Google

Gmail, which now has 425 million users, was originally a side project of one Google employee, Paul Buchheit.

AI Is Coming for Your Web Browser. Here’s How to Use It

Microsoft Edge and other browsers have baked in powerful tools to help you write emails, generate images, and more.

Research Reveals the Worst Possible Traits an Employee Can Have

Nobody’s perfect. But nobody should ever be exposed to these worst employee traits.

State of the Montana Nonprofit Sector Tour – 2/29 – Missoula

Liz Moore will be discussing the current state of Montana’s nonprofit sector and looking ahead at what to expect in the coming year. We’ll also be presenting findings from our 2023 member survey.

‘It Just Happens Here:’ In a Perfect Storm of Risk Factors, Montanans Grapple with Barriers to Mental Health Care

According to the National Alliance for Mental Illness, around half of the 47,000 Montana adults who needed, but didn’t receive, mental health care in 2020 weren’t able to access it because of costs.

Career-building resource for low-income people in jeopardy with recent changes at state level

“I knew the trade-off—but me and my four children left my ex-husband for safety, and I knew what the trade-off would be, which is poverty,” says Rep. Mary Caferro.