Wed, May 29, 2024

Darin Myers

Darin Myers is the local facilitator of the The Alternative Board (TAB), a peer to peer advisory board designed to help company leaders maximize their opportunities and work through challenges.

Darin recently retired after a 30 year career in the nuclear industry as the leader of Plant Vogtle I and II.

He has proven success regarding strategic planning and alignment, employee development, organizational performance improvement, accountability, and coaching.

Recently, he has started a family business in Augusta focused on home health care providing him the knowledge and experience surrounding small to medium size business operators.

Coach Darin: Your employees may be your biggest security risk

Social engineering is a hacking approach in which cybercriminals exploit human nature, psychology, curiosity, and ignorance to manipulate unsuspecting individuals into clicking on something harmful. Once the trap is set and a user opens a document embedded with malicious code or maybe enters login credentials to the company bank account,

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Coach Darin: 5 cybersecurity myths you need to debunk

Years of warnings about new types of cyberattacks might have hardened us to the real threat still lurking out there. Certain myths about cybersecurity persist among some small business owners and CEOs—myths that, left unchallenged, can wreak havoc on a business’s operations and reputation. Here are common cybersecurity myths that

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Coach Darin Myers: How Ethical Is Your Hiring Process?

So, you’re a business owner and you are pretty confident that your hiring process is both sound and ethical. After all, organizations today are bound by numerous laws and regulations that help ensure fairness throughout the talent acquisition process and help prevent discrimination in the workplace. But do those rules

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Is Being an Ethical Business Leader Really That Hard?

Business ethics is a tricky topic. First, very few owners or executives, even when acting outside of morality norms, actually believe they are conducting themselves unethically. To them, when faced with ethical ambiguity, they have been forced to make “some hard choices.” But does labeling an ethical challenge as difficult

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