How to Coach Your Team Through Organizational Change

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Change happens in every organization. It’s usually necessary, often exciting, and always challenging. And the challenges are not confined to supervisors and managers. It can be a difficult situation for employees as well.  One of the most crucial decisions that you will make as a leader is to involve your employees in the change process…. Read more »

Regardless of the Industry, Get These 10 Skills on Your Resume

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There is a set of universal skills that employers are looking for, and it doesn’t matter in which industry you’re looking. While other applicants are cramming their resumes with filler and catchword skills, you can set yourself apart by knowing and listing those skills that will impress a hiring manager and get you that invitation… Read more »

Complete Guide to Interviewing: Before, During and After

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In a competitive job market, preparing for an interview and executing the prefect interview is important to stand out over the other applicants. It’s also imperative to know how to follow up after an interview to help seal the deal. Getting hired has become a long process. That is why it’s so important, especially for… Read more »

The 5 Most Effective Leadership Styles to Practice in 2017

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How you choose to lead your team can make all the difference when it comes to effectively mentoring, motivating, teaching and leading your team to achieve and exceed each goal you have set forth. When it comes to the most effective leadership styles, there isn’t one that surpasses the others or is more suitable for… Read more »

Beat the Holiday Stress and Stay Productive at Work with These 6 Tips

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The holiday season is here, and with the excitement comes a busy schedule and a lot of added stress. Expectations for family events and end-of-the-year deadlines can add a lot of weight to your shoulders. Eliminate holiday stress and stay productive at work through the holiday season by taking a few helpful steps. Take care… Read more »

5 Must Ask Questions That Make Interviewers Want to Hire You

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Most hiring managers agree that a one-sided interview is a bad interview. Just agreeing with what an interviewer has to say, giving simple, rehearsed responses and not showing any intrigue or inquisition about a position, are some of the worst interview habits that job seekers need to fix in order to standout in the application… Read more »

The Best Way to Negotiate to Get the Salary You Want

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We are seeing a shift in the job world, where employees are gaining confidence and daring to be different than generations prior. No longer do workers have to sit around waiting for a raise or better opportunity to come up. Instead, workers are negotiating for a better salary and getting it! Employers are starting to… Read more »

Creating A New Evergreen Company Culture

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The culture of your company is what propels your brand further in your industry. It’s your identity to your competition, employees and consumers. It’s what separates you from being, “Just another name” as opposed to, “The eco-friendly company” or “The socially responsible organization.” Creating a company culture based on the values and initiatives that you… Read more »

How to Encourage Clearer Communication From Your Employees

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If you are like many other managers across industries – whether you know it or not – a chief impediment to your team’s productivity is communication. You may think “we have Slack, we email, and we have meetings – what more do we need?” However, it may not be the frequency of communication that’s lacking… 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 »