How to Become a More Grateful (And Productive!) Professional

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It’s November and that means we’re focused once again on thankfulness. It’s normal, since Thanksgiving falls as the end of the month, to only recognize how gratitude plays into your life this one month a year. But what if you could use gratitude to become a better worker, more productive, and happier all year long?… Read more »

Giving Feedback Needs to Move Up on Your Priority List

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As a manager, you have a lot of things on your plate. You multitask daily and still you find that you can’t always meet the demands. But there is one thing that should be moved closer to the top of your priority list. How often do you give feedback to your employees? And how do… Read more »

5 Managerial Skills to Showcase in a Leadership Job Search

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Companies often say they want leaders in their new positions. This is true whether the role is management or otherwise, since leadership skills are an indicator of success. So how can you showcase your managerial skills when you’re looking for a leadership role? And what are the top managerial skills employers are looking for? Before… Read more »

The Scariest Mistake You Can Make in Hiring…

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Just because it’s the Halloween season doesn’t mean your hiring process should be scary. In fact, your candidates want to feel appreciated and supported throughout the entire hiring process. But this one thing could be a grave error on your part. What is the scariest mistake you can make while hiring? It’s known as unconscious… Read more »

What Skills Do Call Center Managers Need?

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Are you considering the next stage of your career? If you’ve been working in customer service, becoming a call center manager can be a perfect step in the right direction. But what skills do you need to bring to the table to be a in-demand for employers? While you’re working on updating your resume and… Read more »

All Businesses Need to Make Time for This Crucial Activity

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Do you know the one key to success that many companies and individuals overlook? It’s simple, but we still seem to put it on the back burner. That’s continued learning. Leaders in the workplace are consistently learning new things, and willing to learn as well. So how can you make learning a priority for your… Read more »

Can You Work While You’re Back at School?

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You’ve decided to go back to school. It could be to learn a specific skill in the hopes that you will be more marketable after graduation. It may be to try something new entirely. Whatever your path, school is a great avenue to get where you want to go. But can you work while you’re… Read more »

Five Questions People Are Too Embarrassed to Ask in Their Job Search

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Don’t you ever wonder why simple job search techniques aren’t taught in high school or college? There are so many things we’re just expected to know, but no one really tells you what they are. There are plenty of questions people are too embarrassed to ask, even those who have been on the job market… Read more »

Employees Don’t Want to Waste Their Summers Stuck in Meetings

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Meetings, especially as summertime is coming to a close and your employees want to maximize their working hours, are not fun for anyone. Meetings are often bloated and overlong and only serve to make everyone frustrated. But there are ways to run meetings that will be more engaging and efficient for the whole team. Here… Read more »

Here’s Why No One Applied to Your Job…

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There was a time when recruiting was easy. All you needed to do was post a basic job online and you received hundreds if not thousands of applications. But what happens after no one, or no one qualified, applied to your open job? There are a lot of reasons your jobs aren’t getting the hits… Read more »