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Encourage Gossip Within Your Team and Learn to Trust Each Other. What?

Dec 14, 2021 11:34:33 AM / by Lynn Skurla Perkins posted in Trusted Business Partner, teamwork, Team Skurla's, Team Building, Trust

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To kick off our annual strategic planning meetings, we like to start out with an ice breaker.  This year Jesse Dison was in charge.  (I know - that is a scary thought).
 
After doing this group exercise, we all unanimously agreed this was a great game to do as a team!!!  It was fun, built team spirit, and we learned how much we really liked each other!  (Plus, we affirmed that we are truly living one of our core values:  Trust - w e establish trust with our customers, vendors, and each other by doing what we say and following our core values.)
 
Jesse found this trust ice breaker at quizbreaker.com, so we wanted to share with our customers. 
 

Gossip Time

Objective: To get team members learning new and interesting things about each other

We recommend using this icebreaker when your team players know each other fairly well and when there is a level of trust among the group. 

Recent research has actually found that trust is linked directly to positive team performance, so we can’t recommend enough ensuring that trust is at the forefront of your team's culture

Instructions:

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Understanding Your Risk - Protect Your Business From the Internet - Please Read!

Feb 13, 2020 4:21:57 PM / by Lynn Skurla Perkins posted in PCI, EMV, POS Anchorage, PCI Security Council, Trusted Business Partner, Card Data, Secure Payments, customer data

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Here is the next in the series from the PCI Council's -  How to Protect Your Business With These Security Basics.

Security risks are everywhere these days - everyone up and down the chain is affected.  At Skurla's Point of Sale Solutions, we take security very seriously - and wanted to share some resources from the PCI Security Council.  

This month's topic:  Understanding Your Risk - Protect Your Business from the Internet

Oh yes, the Internet - for business owners, it is often a double-edged sword.

According to the Council:

"The Internet is the main highway used by data thieves to attack and steal your
customers’ card data. For this reason, if your business is on the Internet, anything you use for card payments needs extra protection."

While protecting your customer's data can seem overwhelming, below are some basic recommendations that every business should follow.

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