Live From Atlanta’s Best & Brightest Companies to Work For 2015

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The Dana Barrett Show was extra-live today, coming from Atlanta’s 2015 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For event at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest Galleria. The Workplace Therapist, Brandon Smith and Pitter Productions Photography‘s Pitter Goughnour joined Dana to discuss the importance of a professional headshot and dysfunction in the workplace.

Pitter Productions Photography specializes in Head Shots and Branding your image through photography and image consulting.

The Worksmiths LLC is a boutique executive coaching and culture consulting firm that helps clients craft top-performing workplaces.

In the headlines:

  • French police on Monday detained Uber Technologies Inc.’s top two executives in Paris, French prosecutors said, making good on the government’s promise to crack down on the car-hailing service after violent protests by taxi drivers last week.
  • Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum in Grant Park is history. The venue will close permanently on Tuesday.  The 128-year-old painting will be moved to the Atlanta History Center and is expected to open to the public in early 2017. The painting is the largest oil painting in the world.
  • A General Motors Co. affiliate and Hines will likely put Atlanta Financial Center on the market.  They’re the latest office building owners to test the market in Buckhead, where values are soaring. The partnership paid $154 million for Atlanta Financial Center 15 years ago.  They could get at close to $255 million for the property in the current market.
  • A mid-rise Buckhead office building will become a 345-unit apartment community. Atlanta-based has started demolition on the office building at 1888 Emery Street, near Howell Mill and Collier roads.
  • Celebrity backers and a solid product just aren’t enough to make it in the news business. For further proof, just look to Circa News.  The company, initially funded by Ben Huh of Cheezeburger fame and Tumblr’s David Karp, is, “on hiatus,” founder and CEO Matt Galligan wrote in a Medium post Wednesday. Circa, which had been trying to sell itself since the Spring, ran out of the money it needed to keep going before it could generate enough revenue.

Other stuff:

Join us on July 13th for the next Dana Barrett Show Business Book Club! Our July selection is The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer. If you’ve been meaning to read this, now’s your chance! Or, if you’ve read it before, time to refresh! We will meet at South City Kitchen Vinings. Get all the details and sign up to attend here: http://www.meetup.com/DBShow/.

For other events and appearances, check out Dana’s event calendar: http://danabarrett.com/events/.

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