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A Seven Step Resiliency Strategy For Difficult Economic Times

Employees who are anxious about their futures – especially during a challenging economy such as now – can adversely affect a company’s profitability by delivering poor customer service, being less intellectually engaged in their jobs, and making...

Achieving Business Success - How to Fuel Determination Today for Breakthrough Achievements Tomorrow

You’ve probably heard the story of the golfer who steps up to the tee box and hits a wicked duck hook out of bounds. Embarrassed, he reaches in his pocket, tees up another ball and again, hits another horrific twisting shot left out of bounds.

Affairs of The Heart

Success in life has a lot to do with your heart.

Are you Sabotaging Your Career?

Experience working with thousands of leaders world wide for the past two decades teaches me that most leaders are screwing up their careers. On a daily basis, these leaders are getting the wrong results or the right results in the wrong ways. Interestingly,...

Aspiring Leaders Need to Build Their Skills

There is more to becoming an effective leader than just getting a promotion. To be successful, aspiring leaders need to develop skills, gain experiences, and develop a leadership point of view But just how do they do that?

Careers and company culture

Almost all companies try to establish a strong corporate culture. It is one of the keys to sustaining a business over several generations of management.

Do You Love What You Do?

This may be the seminal question for our age.

Finding Strong Employee Candidates: Effective Job Descriptions

What if the interviewing and hiring processes could be made easier by addressing the job descriptions themselves?

Holding On To Newer Employees Is Key: Those With Less Than 2 Years Quit At Twice The Rate Of Other W

Twice as many employees with less than two years of service voluntarily leave an organization as do those with more than two years of tenure, according to a study of worker attrition rates by Sirota Survey Intelligence, specialists in attitude research. ...

How To Negotiate From The Same Side Of The Table

Both candidates and companies benefit when they can adopt mutually respectful, beneficial, and realistic – rather than overly adversarial – stances during new-job negotiations, according to Salveson Stetson Group, a full-service retained executive...

How to work with just about anyone

Every office has that one difficult person to work with, who affects productivity due to a terrible attitude, chronic tardiness, or simply drives everyone else up the wall. Here is the answer to common problems in conflict management.

It's OK To Negotiate - REALLY

Negotiation, find out why it can be viewed as a postitive action

Motivation - A Recruiter's Perspective

We all understand the benefits of a motivated workforce; increased productivity and creativity, reduced absenteeism and lower staff turnover. But what can be done to engender the often elusive motivation?

Overcoming Negative Thinking Through Self-Acceptance

Learning self-acceptance, and building a positive self-image.

Recruitment on an international level – tips and tricks

Recruitment on an international level presents all the same difficulties as domestic recruitment and more besides, but the extra pool of talent it provides can make it a profitable, and sometimes even a crucial, venture

Rewriting Your Life Story

As long as you can make choices that are better than those you made in the past, your future story is unwritten. Sitting and wishing won’t change your story.

Seven Calculated Choices to Make Your Career Leap Like a Geyser

Seven calculated choices will help you drill through the rock of inertia to the success you have always wanted.

The 11 Simple Secrets

The key to becoming an entrepreneur lies in the implementation of basic concepts and there are only 11 simple secrets to learn to make it happen.

The End is The Beginning

How to ensure that the people you are presenting to get the message

The Presentation After The Presentation

The presentation after the presentation is the question and answer period. This article stresses how to use the question and answer period for best results.

Top Six Ways to Stay Motivated

It's easy to be motivated when someone encourages you, but what about maintaining this momentum long-term?

Transforming Cleopatra

Unfortunately, at most other times the only legitimate power available to women has been through their sexual allure (or as mothers).

When The Boss is a Bully

Most of the literature on leadership addresses the topic assuming that leaders are people who are eager to learn, to inspire the best in their people, and who act on the basis of what is best for the enterprise. What if this is not the case?

Why New Executives Fail

Sixty four percent of new executives hired from the outside won’t make it in their current jobs. Forty percent will fail within the first 18 months, reports another. What seems to be causing the derailment of these leaders?

Women and the Glass Ceiling

Recent research indicates women's management style, which is centered on communication and building positive relationships, is well suited to the leadership paradigm of the 90's.

Working in America: Killing Ourselves at Work

Why is it that so many people living in the richest country in the world are working at jobs that are killing them? Why is it that a society that enjoys so much abundance finds it necessary to sacrifice its health in the process?

Workplace Fitness - A Gym Full of Useful Advice for Continual Learning

A translation of physical exercise programs into the business side of our lives.

Your Dream Can Be Your Future

A simple but helpful summary of what it takes to turn your dreams into success.

Saving Your Job in Tough Economic Times

In work places around the country workers are rightfully preoccupied with the threat of losing their jobs. While there is no single solution that will work in any individual case, there are things that you can do to improve your situation.

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