The Stress-Free Way to Deliver Performance Reviews

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Performance evaluations can be a stressful time for both employer and employees. These conversations are important, and as a manager, you probably look forward to them as they’re a chance to refocus, cease bad behaviors and incentivize the good ones. But, they can also yield some uncomfortable conversations and sometimes deliver bad news. Below are… Read more »

What Experienced Managers Wished They Knew As First-Time Managers

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There’s a lot to consider once you achieve management status. Not only are you thinking about staying under budget and coordinating schedules, but also developing talent and managing personalities. It can be stressful, and if you’ve never been in a management position before, the learning curve is steep—there’s a lot at risk, but it will… Read more »

3 Ways to Get Your Team to Take Cybersecurity Threats Seriously

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It doesn’t matter what type or size business you run, cybersecurity is critical and must be up to today’s standards. But even if you have taken all the steps to make your business secure, unless your workers are taking the threat seriously, you’ll never be able to guarantee its safety. Too many organizations discount the… Read more »

Nine Ways to Empower Your Team Every Day

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Good leaders successfully manage their teams every day, but great leaders empower their teams on a daily basis. Treating your team with respect is one thing, but giving them the trust and freedom to grow and become leaders themselves is another. Make the most of your team by empowering them every day. Listen There is… Read more »

Our Advice for Job Hunting While You’re Still Employed

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You’re one of those unfortunate workers who has lost a job to a down economy or downsizing. Now you’re free to look for your next opportunity anywhere or anytime. So, you update your resume and start searching. That’s one scenario. Here’s an even more common one: You’re looking for another job while still working. There… Read more »

Revamping Your Resume? What to Cut and What to Keep

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Have you given your resume a proper revamp in 2016? It may be time you did. Improve your resume by keeping it up-to-date with your most recent experiences, certifications and projects. The job market is tough and hiring managers are continually looking for ways to weed out candidates. One of the biggest factors that can… Read more »

Get Better at Delegating Without Micromanaging

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Micromanaging may seem like a positive thing from a managerial perspective, but it can actually be seriously detrimental to your team and company. Shift away from this nasty habit and work on trusting your team and creating processes that truly work. Trust the process Processes and employees are in place for a reason. When you… Read more »

Five Fast Ways to Manage Your Online Reputation

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The job search process is becoming more and more digital. The same is true for recruiting. It’s safe to assume that recruiters and hiring managers are looking any and everywhere to check and double check all of their potential hires. This means that having a well maintained and professional online reputation is imperative to get… Read more »

The Benefits of Having a Diverse Workplace

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Have you ever considered some of the perks to having a more diverse workforce? You may just find that a more diverse workplace can provide your company with some serious benefits. Diverse employees Consider your current workforce. Chances are, your more diverse employees have been some of your most dedicated workers. This is because these… Read more »