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7 Superb New Features in the Salesforce Winter ‘22 Release

Author: Katie Levy If you’re a member of the Salesforce ecosystem, you know how exciting Salesforce release seasons can be! With new features and enhancements, community ideas delivered, and more, Salesforce’s three releases per year bring fantastic opportunities to take advantage of the platform’s free, real-time innovation. If you are new to the Salesforce...
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Fortune Magazine Names HigherEchelon to Best Small & Medium Workplaces List

Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work® Names HigherEchelon to National Best Small & Medium Workplaces List  Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work® have named HigherEchelon to the prestigious 2021 Best Small & Medium Workplaces™ list. HigherEchelon is one of only four Huntsville companies to make the list, joining well-known digital leaders such as Monday.com, Calendly,...
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Ignored documentation puts your Salesforce functionality at risk

Authors: Katie Levy & Ashley Hayes Editor: Rachel Bryars Documentation is one of the most overlooked -- and critical -- components of any Salesforce effort. When it comes to saving time, building efficiently, and quite simply, making sure your Salesforce org stays functional as new changes are introduced, documentation is crucial. Whether you are...
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Angie Fifer on PBS NewsHour, speaks to pressure on Simone Biles, other pro athletes

July 29, 2021 in
Intense Performance Pressure Faced by Pro Athletes Simone Biles's decision not to compete in her team's Olympic competition stunned the world. HigherEchelon program manager and high performance consultant Angie Fifer, PhD speaks with PBS NewsHour's John Yang about the significant mental pressure facing Simone and other professional athletes, drawing on her expertise as a...
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How to Determine Actual Culture vs. Aspirational Culture

Author: Christine Pretti Editor: Rachel Bryars Every company has an aspirational culture that is often reflected in a mission statement or in the values and ideals you see framed in conference rooms. But sometimes, the words on the wall don’t match what is heard in the halls. How can leaders determine which culture is...
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