Category: Leadership

Creating a Better Work-Life Balance – Marcus Sheridan Shares His Story

Sep 1 2016 | By: David Reimhe.. | 4 |
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I recently sat down with Marcus Sheridan and we talked about his new video series, The Balance. I’ve seen all of the videos except the one that was released the morning of our interview. I love what this series is about as I feel it speaks to the heart of pretty

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5 Things a Recruiter Looks for in a Resume

Aug 30 2016 | By: Tom George | 13 |
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Businessman Giving out Card — Image by © Royalty-Free/Corbis When searching for employment, you need to get your resume together so that you can showcase your best skills, your work history, and your educational background. The goal is to make yourself stand

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5 Ways To Stop The Blame Game At Workplace

Aug 19 2016 | By: Supriya Niga.. | 14 |
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The “Blame Game” is one of the root causes of developing unhealthy work culture. Since the dawn of the time, we have entrusted unnoticed causes to effects that we cannot describe. All too often, something goes erroneous at a workplace, and the finger pointing

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7 Simple Things Leaders Will Do To Bring Out Talent In Their Team

Aug 2 2016 | By: Supriya Niga.. | 17 |
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When it comes to attracting and hiring talent, two simple approaches work. The one is to source and recruit the best quality talent available on the market. The second is to hire the “decent” (or second best available) talent and bring out the best in them. If

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10 Ways to Know You Have the Right Person on Your Leadership Team

Jul 29 2016 | By: Pat Ahern | 16 |
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Chances are you’ve heard the saying, “You are only as strong as your weakest link” quite a few times. While this proverb is certainly a rather trite phrase, it is also very true, especially when it comes to your leadership team. No matter how

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7 Tips for a Strong Start

Jul 19 2016 | By: Janet_ | 11 |
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There is a proverb somewhere in the depths of Africa that roughly translates to “the power upon which a jet takes off keeps it in the air.” The plane in question might as well be a business because, in today’s fast moving world where white-collar jobs are

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3 Millennial Brothers Show Hard Work Still Pays Off

Jul 16 2016 | By: Tom George | 8 |
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Pratt Guys outdoor designs, run by 3 Jacksonville millennial brothers, is successful beyond expectations Perhaps the millennial generation has taken a bad rap lately. Some have been accused of being lazy, and self reliant on their parents. It is nice to see

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The Science Behind Employee Retention

Jul 11 2016 | By: Wallace Bake.. | 13 |
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Retaining top talent is a priority for every industry in the globe. In fact, employee retention and satisfaction are the hottest trends in the world of business right now. While most organizations tend to have a preferred approach to retaining the best employees,

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Business Leading 101: Having What It Takes

Jul 11 2016 | By: Dan Radak | 11 |
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People around the world are searching day and night for some secret ingredient that will enable them to succeed in the business world. This search is quite absurd since they’ve had it in them all along. Although it may sound like a motivational speech, it is

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How to make your Ph.D. experience easier

Jul 8 2016 | By: Tom George | 10 |
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A student who had decided to engage his or her future with scientific or research activities often faces the desire to earn his or her PhD degree. Along with this decision, arises a list of questions like how to make the process of obtaining PhD degree easier,

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Tips for Effective Change Management

Jul 4 2016 | By: Tom George | 10 |
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Change is an inevitable part of business. All businesses evolve going forward. If they did not, they would stall and eventually stagnate. Although you cannot prevent change from happening, you can control how it affects the business. Managed correctly, change can

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Key Ways to Cultivate a Solid Company Culture

Jun 27 2016 | By: Tom George | 8 |
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Since the advent of the open-office layout and free lunches, companies have been striving for more inclusive and overall inspiring office culture. The idea is that a better workplace boosts morale and thus strengthens company culture, eventually (and ideally) leading

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Analytics and the Future of Human Resources (HR) – A Quick Look

Jun 24 2016 | By: Sampurna | 6 |
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Most HR teams understand the potential value of HR analytics yet they continue to offer only generic and basic operational and transactional measurements – metrics that provide little in the way of predictive data or actual insights that could have a positive

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Steve Job’s Top 10 Rules For Success and How To Apply Them

Jun 10 2016 | By: Tom George | 15 |
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Do you love what you do? Do you wake up every morning, stretch and smile, and jump out of bed? Or do you hit the snooze button repeatedly? I love being the CEO of Internet Billboards.   I love it for many reasons. Not because of the money, and not because

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Leading your business back on the right path

May 26 2016 | By: Dan Radak | 9 |
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Having your own business opens up a lot of different possibilities. First, you are your own boss. Second, the chances of profit are greater and third, it looks much better on your resume. However, there are no gains without risks and things don’t always run smoothly. Unskilled

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Tips For Managing A Multi-Generational Workforce

May 22 2016 | By: Dawn Goodman | 9 |
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With one generation working well into retirement, and younger generations entering the workforce sooner, project managers are faced with the challenge of overseeing up to four generations of employees in the workplace. To work with multiple generations, it’s

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What IT Leaders Can Learn From (THE FALL OF) NOKIA

May 9 2016 | By: Barbara Mcki.. | 5 |
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Every day, we face and make decisions – decisions as inconsequential as choosing which hanky to use, or as significant as whether to hire that impressive fresh grad or that steady guy with tons of experience. Most of the time, we go with common sense and prudence;

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What are The Qualities Needed To Be a Successful Entrepreneur?

May 8 2016 | By: David Reimhe.. | 9 |
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Recently, I was asked by Junior Achievement to speak to high school students at William B. Travis, during entrepreneurial week. My assigned topic? What is takes to become a successful business owner. For this talk, I decided to tell the story of my own personal

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Knock the Clock! 137 Proven Productivity Hacks for Millennial Parents

May 6 2016 | By: Devishobha C.. | 13 |
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This article first appeared on www.kidskintha.com Being a parent is quite possibly one of the biggest responsibilities most of us would ever handle.  You are suddenly responsible for shaping a complete human being from scratch- who would go on to inhabit this

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7 Small Ways of Personal Growth and Development- A Transformational Journey

May 3 2016 | By: Tim Mccallan | 16 |
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“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Mark Twain Exact

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