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How much is a CEO’s time worth?

How much is a CEO’s time worth?

One of the benefits of training with a professional provider is like-minded professionals will be in attendance, augmenting the value of the course through networking opportunities and a professional learning environment. As this is the case, recently in one of our training courses in Las Vegas a great question by a student, Victor Berber, was brought up concerning CEO time as it relates to their pay – how much is their time worth?

LifeHack: How to Leverage Google and Modify Your Search

LifeHack: How to Leverage Google and Modify Your Search

For most tasks, a simple Google search will produce an effective result. However, sometimes it will not, especially when conducting more specialized searches for protective intelligence, etc.

What many people don’t know is that Google has very specific search tools and term modifiers for just about everything you may want to search for or eliminate from your search. So if you’re not getting the results you want from Google, read the tips below to help you get relevant results.

Staff to Patron Ratios: How many security guards do I need?

Staff to Patron Ratios: How many security guards do I need?

 

Security staff can have a positive or negative impact on an event or business operation, but they will be the first and last contact that your patrons encounter. As such, security are a vital representation of your event and of your leadership. Combined with an appropriate “hospitality mindset” and appropriately managed, security staff will contribute positively to the safety, security and success of your event. So, with the defined importance of suitable and sufficient levels of trained staff members, how is the decision made to answer “how many security guards do I need?”

Protective Intelligence: Modern Tools for a Traditional Task

Protective Intelligence: Modern Tools for a Traditional Task

Many protective service providers and law enforcement agencies have protective intelligence units that conduct investigations, manage threat assessments and provide tactical, operational and strategic analysis of the information they uncover. However, they may fail to utilize the contemporary collection and analysis methods used by today’s intelligence professionals but rather lean on the standard criminal investigation processes they have always performed.