How the Best Leaders Prioritize

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Each day at work, it’s essential to get yourself organized. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with projects and emails, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Tackling each day effectively can be difficult when you’re stuck in meetings that are less than productive, or you’re getting brought into phone calls or email chains. You… Read more »

The Most Effective Ways to Recruit and Retain Millennial Talent

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Millennials, identified as those born in the 1980s and 1990s, are something of a new breed. Each generation tends to learn toward different values, and knowing your market can provide insight. Baby boomers, for example, may need some training on technology in the workplace, or they may want access to overtime pay to put in… Read more »

5 Ways to Find and Connect With Your Target Market on Social Media

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These days, you simply cannot ignore the impact of social media. You can reach a huge audience from your laptop; or more likely, your phone. To take advantage of this branch of marketing, you’ve got to know your target market inside and out to anticipate their needs and deliver what they want. Social media is one of… Read more »

Why The Best Managers Encourage Their Employees’ Leadership Skills

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Working with a team can be a blessing: They’re around for ideas and support when you need it. Innovation can come from any member on the staff, so a good leader knows to stay attentive to employee contributions. However, you need your workers to know that the support is mutual. How can you cultivate a corporate… Read more »

The Right Way to Get Your Boss to Say ‘Yes’ to Your Ideas

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We all sometimes feel like we’re not being heard at work, and this can be solved (and help our careers) by connecting with our supervisors. The research is in and Job Store has the best methods to help you plead your case. Whether you want to set yourself up for a promotion or create a new product… Read more »

How to Find a Healthy Work-Life Balance… With Your Smartphone

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Struggling with balancing your leadership role with your personal life? Overwhelmed with projects and commitments and neglecting your mental health and family? Today’s fast-paced work-life balance encourages professionals to be available 24/7, but this can be an unrealistic expectation. Below are tips to help you strive toward an equilibrium between work and personal responsibilities. Set Boundaries… Read more »

Got a Great Idea? Here’s How to Make it Happen!

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Are you itching to share your concepts with important people? Do you feel like you’ve got the next great idea to make your company exceptional? We can help you make it a reality! Turning your dream into something effective takes time, planning and tactful insight, but it’s always possible. Read ahead to find the best… Read more »

How to Keep Your Team Productive During the Holidays Without Being a Scrooge

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It can be tough to keep a team on task during the holidays. Between vacations and distractions, it’s easy for a team to become less productive and less motivated. However, a terrific leader knows how to embrace the holiday spirit without sacrificing the company’s resources in excess. Learn how to be the best holiday boss… Read more »

How to Keep Your Employees Engaged During the Holiday Season

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The holidays can generate a lot of emotions: excitement, stress, and distracted – just to name a few. However, it’s important to keep your team focused year-round. An inefficient and non-productive team is one that wastes your money. You need to be able to trust your workers to get the job done despite distractions, and… Read more »

How to Encourage Clearer Communication From Your Employees

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When you collaborate with your workers, you expect a streamlined workflow and a successful project. However, it’s easy in the business world for misunderstandings to crop up, potentially ruining your mission. It’s essential to create a quality line of open communication with your staff, by following these tips. Starting Off on the Right Foot Begin… Read more »