Voices

The Overhead Myth

An executive director’s perspective on how to measure a nonprofit’s success outside of the numbers.

The Elephant in the Room

The first extra session of the Missouri General Assembly skirts around the topic of lethal violence.

local government

Heads Counted, Lines Drawn

The state auditor is soliciting applicants for the person who will oversee the redrawing congressional and Missouri legislative boundary lines.

enneagram

Team Building through the Enneagram

Leaders can promote team health by aligning their members’ strengths and work styles with their responsibilities, schedules, and even work spaces.

Columbia tourism

You Affect Columbia’s Tourism

Learn how important you are to the success of the tourism industry and the things you can do to make Columbia the best destination possible.

Discovering Your Strengths Through the Enneagram

The best way to discover your strengths, the Enneagram suggests, is by discovering your underlying motivations and then noticing what comes naturally.

What Do We Do?

Exploring how the Convention and Visitors Bureau promotes tourism in Columbia and Boone County.

The Summer of Suffrage

Last November, women accounted for 135 of the candidates for state and federal administrative, legislative, and judicial offices, a Missouri record. 

The Economic Impact of Local Tourism

Bringing it to the local level, Boone County saw tourism expenditures exceeding $412 million dollars in FY2018, which supported over 11,000 jobs.

Promoting Self-Awareness through the Enneagram

Self-awareness, once a term reserved for counseling sessions and contemplatives, has now become a widely acknowledged aspect of effective leadership.

Governor Mike Parson … a Year Later

It’s been about a year since Mike Parson took over the governor’s office, but it’s been filled with enough activity to seem like a long time ago.

GM Expands in Wentzville

As often as not, something significant, with the potential to push everything else aside, will…