Monthly Archives: October 2016

Decision-making … factors that affect a sound process!

In the field of psychology, decision-making is regarded as the process that leads to the selection of a belief or a course of action among several alternative possibilities.  Decision-making is also the process of identifying and choosing alternatives based on

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Seven Productivity and Time-Saving Apps

Scott Huntington contributed an article to Inc. Magazine entitled, “Are You Always in a Time Crunch? Here Are 7 Productivity Apps That Can Help.” According to Scott, this story first appeared on The Muse, a Web destination with exciting job

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Think Like a Customer!

If you are like most customers, you have probably experienced service issues or problems that are not suited to the “email and/or the chat” format. In my opinion, the more technical or difficult the issues are, more you need telephone

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5 Ways to Deal with Conflict … in the workplace!

There will be conflicts in the workplace and you must decide how to deal with them. Conflict refers to some form of friction, disagreement, or discord arising within a group or team. Conflicts occur when the beliefs or actions of

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10 Quick Tips … to improve communications!

I believe that each of my readers have experienced this conundrum: What else can I do to communicate more effectively with my team? Often times, we may try to create a formalized plan or approach to address communication issues. But,

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The End … of a coaching relationship!

Whether or not coaching is taken in a sports or professional context, it is possible to be unsuccessful. Before we dive in, let’s set forth a working definition of coaching. Coaching is a form of development in which a person

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Highest-paying Jobs for Women

Rachel Gillett contributed an article to the Business Insider entitled, The 20 Highest–paying Jobs for Women. She concludes that some of the highest-paying jobs for women are in healthcare. Also, her research shows that there are some fields where women

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