Risk & Business Magazine Sterling Insurance Summer 2018 - Page 5

16 feature DR. MARSHALL GOLDSMITH BAD HABITS OF SUPER-SMART LEADERS CONTENTS 5 LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT 6 WORKPLACE WELLNESS: Low Cost, High Returns 7 CONTRACT LIABILITY: Knowing When It Isn’t On You 9 TO BUY OR TO BUILD,THAT IS THE QUESTION Expert Tim Miller Weighs In 10 BODY LANGUAGE TIPS FOR ENTREPRENEURS 12 FIVE WAYS A BUSINESS LOSES SALES 14 FIND MORE TIME IN YOUR DAY 20 STEPS TO BUILDING AN ONLINE INFLUENCE 22 TEN PUBLIC SPEAKING TIPS 24 INTERVIEW BETTER: Myth’s Exploded 25 THE RIGHT (AND WRONG) WAYS TO MANAGE OPIOID RISK EXPOSURE 26 ARE YOU COVERED? Policy Exclusions In Hospitality 28 THE EVER-CHANGING RISKS OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY WELCOME Hello and welcome to the summer 2018 issue of Sterling Insurance Group Risk & Business Magazine! I hope all has been well with you and your business since our last issue. Things have been moving forward at a rapid pace here at Sterling, and we have been hard at work doing what we do best. Over the last couple of months, I have been thinking about a number of topics, unrelated at first glance, but they all have one thing in common: they are issues which all fall by the wayside in comparison to most major insurance and coverage topics. With that in mind, our team has put together a number of articles that I am proud to include, covering those issues. The mission with this month’s magazine, as always, is twofold. We want to inform you about things that could affect you and your business, and we want to start you thinking about some ways that processes can be streamlined or improved. With those ideas in mind, I will leave you to the core content of this issue. If you have any questions or comments, we would love to hear from you. Likewise, if you have topics that you want to see covered in future issues of Sterling Insurance Group Risk & Busin ess Magazine, drop us a line at 888-525-7575. Joe Haney President and Principal Sterling Insurance Group STERLINGAGENCY.COM 29 HANDLING THE UNTHINKABLE: Active Shooters In The Workplace 30 SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORK: Navigating A Dangerous Path 31 THE TRUE COST OF WORKPLACE ACCIDENTS 5