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The mouse that you are using to read this article was invented by Douglas C. Engelbart and first demonstrated in public in 1968 at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in San Francisco to one thousand of the world’s leading computer scientists. It wasn’t commercially adopted until the late 80s when Apple included a mouse to control the graphical user interface on the Macintosh computer. Microsoft quickly followed when Windows 95 was released.
Your lowly mouse. You use it every day yet take it for granted.
The last couple months I have been talking about some of the changes taking place with computer monitors. I received the following question from a subscriber.
“The thing I like least about multiple monitors is losing my cursor. Any suggestions for how to keep track of it? It seems to scamper away to a different monitor. Seems like a dumb question but it gives me trouble.”
Fortunately, the answer is yes; you can control how your mouse operates by opening and understanding the mouse properties dialog box.
“How To Develop and Communicate An Agency’s Value Proposition – Episode 022” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds
The insurance industry is facing a silver tsunami. Baby boomers are retiring in higher numbers than ever. One of the significant strategic issues all insurance organizations are now facing is how to find, hire, and retain competent replacements for the thousands of jobs becoming available.
There is an avalanche of articles and presentations providing insight on how to attract, and retain, millennials into the insurance industry. However, not enough time is spent talking about how to create an onboarding and training program for these new hires so they can be a productive part of the organization as quickly as possible.
For too many organizations, new employee training — especially for those hired with no insurance experience — is hit or miss. It often entails sitting with an “experienced” customer service agent to “learn the ropes.”
Easily Train New Hires with TotalCSR
Fortunately, a new insurance training platform — TotalCSR — provides a way to train new, inexperienced employees at a cost any size organization can afford.