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Make This One Change to Improve Job Satisfaction

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Every quarter CNBC and SurveyMonkey poll over 8,000 professionals aiming to measure how Americans feel about their jobs. The survey measures five key categories – pay, opportunities for advancement, recognition, autonomy and meaning. The results of the survey found that as a whole, most American workers are happy with their jobs. The survey found that…more

Need Inspiration? Find Sources of Entrepreneurial Inspiration

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Are you feeling stuck in your business? Don’t know what to do next or how to get started? We all have moments where we could use a little spark and inspiration to help us get our business off the ground or take it to the next level. It is a lot easier to know that…more

Comparison of Pre Employment Assessment Software

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For your business to truly thrive, it’s imperative that you hire the best and the brightest of the available candidates. These are people that show up on day one with extensive knowledge of their respective positions, as well as an eagerness to continue learning as their careers progress. Equally important is a candidate’s personality. In…more

Best Apps to for Your Small Business

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A good app should make your life easier and help your business increase productivity. Any small business owner will tell you that running a business can mean filling a lot of different roles as once, so anything that can streamline business or make life just a little bit easier can mean time saved and money…more

Tackling Time Management as a Leader

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Running from meeting to meeting can make it difficult to feel like you ever get anything done. It creates a difficult choice of either leaving the office with more unread emails than you started the day with or putting in long hours. This creates a vicious cycle where there always seems to be more work…more

The Talent Challenge: What’s Your Blind Spot?

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Lila Asante Appiah, MATD, PHR, SWP CHRO/Executive Consultant   Jean, a Finance Director for a large public accounting firm, recently received a resignation letter from Tom, her Sr. Finance Manager. Tom came to the company just over a year ago with nearly 15 years of relevant experience. Jean was impressed with Tom; he had a…more

Are salespeople born or made?

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Some people will argue that sales people are a unique type that are just  born to be sales people while others will say that salespeople can be made through training and development. So, what’s the answer? Who is right? Well, the answer is that someone can be trained to be a sales person but their…more

Feeling burned out at work? You’re not alone.

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Feeling burned out at work has consequences that spill across your life. According to a Gallup study, employees who experience burnout report more sick days, are more likely to be actively looking for another job, and have lower confidence in their performance. The same study showed that the consequences don’t stop at work, employees who…more