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5 Questions Great Leaders Ask Their Teams

As leaders, we often want to "lead by example" through our actions and solutions to solving problems. However sometimes, it's good to take a step back and ask your team to do the problem solving, even when they're at a standstill. Your team members are th ( . . . . . . . . )

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Why Teamwork Helps You Stand Out in the Workplace

Employers expect their employees to be team players; it’s a requirement for almost every industry. Even if you feel you work better independently, try using teamwork to better yourself and your career. What can working together do for you? Here are four ways teamwork ( . . . . . . . . )

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Busting Millennial Myths: Understanding Millennial Talent

These days, the business world is obsessed with talking about Millennials – and for good reason. In 2015 they became the largest generation in the American workforce. Despite some of the negative stereotypes, Millennials make up some of the most talented employees and they're essential for any company's growth and success.Read More

7 Tips to Make Your Social Media Presence Employer-Friendly

Your resume lands in the hand of a hiring manager. They give it a quick look-over, and if it passes, what happens next? They are most likely to look you up on social media immediately. Social media is quickly becoming one of the first methods for employers in researching candidat ( . . . . . . . . )

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Make Work Meaningful for your Contractors

As a manager, it’s your job to make work meaningful for your team members. It keeps them motivated and invested in the work. But what about your temporary employees? Their investment is just as important to your team perf ( . . . . . . . . )

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Are Cover Letters Dead?

If you are looking for a career change, it’s likely you’ve experienced this scenario: you’ve spent hours perfecting your resume, you are just about to apply for a job when you see this line— “Cover Letter (optional).” Do you stop and take the time to cr ( . . . . . . . . )

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Leadership Looks Different on Many Levels: Understanding Action Logic

Over the years, there have been multiple studies done on types of leaders, personalities of leaders, and style of management. According to a 25-year study done by The Harvard Business Review (HBR), there is something else that sets leaders apart. They state, “Rather it’s their internal ‘action logic’—how they interpret their surroundings and react when their power or safety is challenged.” Unfortunately, most leaders are not aware of their own action logic, let alone try to change it. According to HBR, leaders who take the time to understand this concept of ac ( . . . . . . . . )

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Why Instructing is an Important Skill to Have

A job candidate who can follow instructions successfully is valuable in the workplace. However, a candidate who can give instructions successfully possesses an exceptional skill that employers quickly notice in a job interview. Instructing means: teaching or reinforcing information, a process, or operation to others. It’s a top skill used to w ( . . . . . . . . )

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