Monthly Archives: September 2014

Change … avoid the pain!

When change occurs it sets a cycle in motion. The rules are new. Everyone feels some confusion and concern. Everyone makes mistakes. The road to success is bumpy. Trust Trust is the most important ingredient in any corporate change process.

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Job Descriptions

Interviewing skills are important in any business or professional environment. Most team leaders will find that a part of their responsibilities is to be involved in the hiring process for their organizations. Although this article focuses on the hiring process,

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Brainstorming … for more solutions!

Brainstorming is a technique that can be used for multiple purposes, among them are problem-solving, team-building and decision-making. Brainstorming with your team can be an exciting and productive process. New ideas, problem solutions, motivation will also help to build the

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do everything, anything, nothing … or SOMETHING!

There are simply times that we want to do too many disparate things. All of the opportunities that appear on our horizon looks good and may offer a higher return on our investment than the projects that we are currently

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a license to GOOF OFF?

A Kansas State University Research project concludes this: Taking a Short Smartphone Break Improves Employee Well-Being if you want them to be more productive and happier during the workday. The recommendations include taking a short break to text a friend,

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stop procrastinating … Right NOW!

Gail Salz, M.D. says that “as many as 20 percent of adults in the United States identify themselves as chronic procrastinators, but it’s a safe bet the number of people who often delay making decisions or taking action is much

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Distractions … oh, what did you say?

External Distractions There are countless external distractions that can keep you from focusing on what’s important. Some of these distractions are really important, and you need to pay attention them. Your child calling from the school sick and needing a

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