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Funds For Learning Unveils GuideMarks™ for Fostering Shared Growth

Funds For Learning, the nation’s largest E-rate consulting firm, releases “GuideMarks™—Fostering Shared Growth,” a free book that describes how to build and refine a positive, encouraging and healthy workplace. Authored by CEO John Harrington and inspired by Funds For Learning’s corporate culture, the book contains 18 GuideMarks for creating and sustaining positive work environment in businesses, districts or schools.
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Funds For Learning Unveils GuideMarks™ for Fostering Shared Growth

Book shares tips to nurture healthy and productive working environments

Edmond, Okla. (Oct. 2, 2014)Funds For Learning, the nation’s largest E-rate consulting firm, releases “GuideMarks™—Fostering Shared Growth,” a free book that describes how to build and refine a positive, encouraging and healthy workplace. Authored by CEO John Harrington and inspired by Funds For Learning’s corporate culture, the book contains 18 GuideMarks for creating and sustaining positive work environment in businesses, districts or schools.

“At Funds For Learning we understand that each of us, working together, creates our organization’s culture,” said John Harrington, CEO of Funds For Learning. “We strive to foster a positive work environment that delivers success for our clients and develops team members who are happy, healthy and growing as individuals. We hope that this book will help other organizations do the same.”

Anchored on respect, honesty, trust and integrity, each GuideMark is illustrated by personal anecdotes from Harrington. GuideMarks include:

  • Reinforce the Good
  • Reliability
  • Understand the Reason
  • Neatness Counts
  • And more

To download “GuideMarks™—Fostering Shared Growth,” for free visit: http://www.fundsforlearning.com/guidemarkbook.php.

About Funds For Learning
Funds For Learning, LLC, is an E-rate compliance firm specializing in guiding E-rate applicants through the E-rate regulatory process and is an advocate for the use of educational technologies and student Internet access. Formed in 1997, Funds For Learning provides professional advice and assistance relating to the E-rate program to clients in all 50 states. For more information, visit www.FundsForLearning.com or phone 405-341-4140.

Media Contacts
• Micah Rigdon, Funds For Learning, LLC, 405-471-0989, info@fundsforlearning.com
• Chris Swietlik, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-216-7300 x23, chris@cblohm.com

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