What Have We Done For You This Week?
 

This week, the Ohio Trucking Safety Council honored long time employee and now contractor with the Ohio Trucking Association, Larry Woolum, for his service to the council members. As part of his contract work with the Ohio Trucking Association, the June Safety Council meeting was the last meeting under Larry's direction. Larry joined the Ohio Trucking Association staff in 1998, after retiring from a successful career with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Larry received the rank of Staff Lieutenant prior to his retirement, and served in the Motor Carrier Enforcement Unit, playing a key role in Ohio's adoption of the Commercial Driver's License. Larry will continue to be an asset to the Ohio Trucking Association as a resource for our members on regulatory issues, even though his tenure with the Ohio Trucking Safety Council and Ohio Trucking Maintenance Council has come to a conclusion.
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Is Your Negotiation Strategy Wrong?

Advice on how to negotiate used to come from two camps. On one side were the economists, who traditionally assume that people act rationally. On the other side were the psychologists, whose research reminds us that humans are often bundles of needs, desires, emotions, and even contradictions.

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