The Wintrust Business Lunch: Andrea Hanis, Tom Gimbel, Richard Edelman, and Scott Kleinberg

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2015 Walk of Fame Inductee, Steve Bertrand. (Kristin Decker/WGN Radio)

I never dreamed about success, I worked for it.

– Estee Lauder

Happy Friday folks! Ease yourself into the weekend with this episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch. We”re starting this one with Andrea Hanis of Blue Sky Innovation . Andrea takes a look at how the mobile laundry business is growing in Chicago. Eh, I just go to the parents and knock it out.

Then, LaSalle Network CEO Tom Gimbel joins Steve with some great advice about how you can manage different personality types.  Are your employees social butterflies? How about introverts? Well, Tom says you can optimize personal traits to get the most out of your workforce.

Later, Richard Edelman of the Edelman public relations firm talks about why business leaders need to take charge when it comes to social change. Activism, after all, isn’t just for celebrities and professional athletes. Richard believes that CEO’s and captains of industry have a responsibility to develop local, national, and global communities.

Social media expert Scott Kleinberg wraps up this week with some great news – if you’re an iPhone user.  Apple will now exchange any iPhone with a broken screen for another one that’s a whole lot more legible. Scott also takes a look at Facebook’s ‘Friends Day’ celebration.  Won’t you please add us to your cyber-picnic? We’ll have all that and more on this episode of the Wintrust Business Lunch!

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