[video] Crain’s Cleveland Health Care Heroes Volunteer Leadership Award

Published in Crain’s Cleveland Business Magazine, May 2013. “After being diagnosed with Stage 4 lymphoma at the age of 38 in 2003, Kevin Goodman, while in treatment, made a deal with God. If his life was spared, he would personally raise $100,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society …” Read full article Archived video interview

Growing a Company Culture of Giving

Today’s leading companies find ways to distinguish themselves. Oftentimes modern-day crowded and talented fields and arenas of service organizations make it hard for a company to stand out with others it competes with day to day. One solid and tried way to establish and mature a company’s reputation and standing in the marketplace is to […]

Mentoring – to Teach is to Learn

The value of mentorship in leadership and career development is a practice that is often underrated and underutilized. You never know what you are doing or saying when people are watching and listening and what a difference or an impact you may have on the rest of their careers (or lives) or their companies’ successes. […]

Finding the Time and Reason for Philanthropic Participation

Building a company legacy and culture can be assisted and fostered by participation in philanthropic activities in the community. Selling this effort internally can be as difficult as actually delivering in the community. In business it is important to shareholders to understand and have demonstrated for them what will be a return on investment. If […]

[podcast] NEOSA Interviews Kevin Goodman, Bluebridge Networks

Archived online, Feb 28 2013. You’ll need to scroll down the page to the February 28th podcast link. Read full article

Five Questions with BlueBridge Networks

Published on COSE’s blog, February 2013. “We’ve been well-acquainted with BlueBridge Networks for a number of years. They’re NEOSA members, they support many of our initiatives and we share board seats at a couple of different organizations. In fact, I can still recall the press reports announcing the launch of BlueBridge many years ago …” […]