6 Questions to Ask an ELD Provider

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If you’re ready to purchase an electronic logging device, you probably have a lot of questions related to ELD Mandate compliance. Choosing the best device is a decision that will impact your fleet and drivers for many years, so it’s important to ask questions about compliance and find out what else the device and ELD… Read more »

Developing People Return on Value Desired Outcome

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Return on Investment (ROI) is a widely accepted metric when it comes to measuring financial benefits received from the use of resources. However, I’ve come to question the accuracy – and even the integrity – of using it in measuring the impact from developing people. Even with the most complex calculations, it is virtually impossible to… Read more »

Benefits from ELDs

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When you implement a compliant Electronic Logging Device (ELD), you are able to record Hours of Service (HOS) accurately and efficiently. But these devices also give you access to applications beyond HOS. Fleets and drivers can take advantage of other safety applications, as well as productivity boosting ones. Here are six key benefits to using… Read more »

Adding 3PL Value Time Shipment Services

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Running a business can quickly equate to running up costs, especially when it comes to developing a quality supply chain. The idea that “time is money” keeps companies searching for a simple service that leaves time to manage business practices and provides a measurable return on value. More and more companies have outsourced their shipping needs… Read more »

Changes to Expect from the ELD Mandate

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The Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate regulation says that you will need to have an ELD-compliant device in the future, but what does that really mean? There’s more to it than simply installing a device. Behind that device there’s software that stores data—and drivers need to know how to utilize both the device and the collected data…. Read more »

It's Your Ship Captain Abrashoff

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Over ten years ago, just a few years after its initial publication, I heard about the book, “It’s Your Ship” by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff. In the spirit of full disclosure, I judged the book by its cover and its title. I thought to myself, “What does leading a crew have to do with the… Read more »

Sales Coaching Blog

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It’s often said that successful employees are the backbone of successful companies. When time and resources are offered to employees, they will in turn invest their time and effort into the company and achieve new goals. However, many organizations fail to follow the simple steps that lead to a dedicated team and enhanced business practices…. Read more »

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SHERPA EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER Congratulations to our Q3 Sherpa Employee Award winner, Malani! Malani is very detail oriented and always makes sure her work goes through without any hiccups. We all rely on her and appreciate that she is prompt in meeting deadlines and that her communications are concise and understandable. In addition, she… Read more »

Effort is Everything Results

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I got my first sales job as a freshman in college. Having never sold something other than homemade lemonade in grade school, it was terrifying to be in an environment where there was so much pressure on numbers and my worth was determined by hitting and exceeding quota. I went to my dad, the ultimate… Read more »

Increasing Value: Four Steps to Sustainable Relevance

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A short time after awakening to the fact that people are an organization’s only increasing asset, it also dawned on me that it was up to me to continue increasing my value if I wanted to remain relevant for any organization to which I belonged. This meant that I would have to regularly ask myself… Read more »