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How to Re-Motivate Your Team

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Whether it’s a summer slump or an overworked staff, a leader can always tell when the team needs a boost. Even if you have top talent, it can be easy for employees to feel tired or uninspired. Are you feeling let down by a staff that can’t keep up? Worried that the deadline is going… Read more »

Keeping Your Team on Track in The Summer

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No leader wants to ruin the fun of a promising Colorado summer. When the winter winds finally subside, it’s time for water sports on Bear Lake, hiking Pikes Peak or just chatting on the patio at the best local breweries. Employees are tempted to cut out before four or leave the rest until Monday. Whether… Read more »

How to Utilize Your Network to Find a New Job

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Whether you’re unemployed or seeking a new endeavor, smart professionals will tell you the best way to find a new job is to utilize your network. But what does this mean? Networking comes down to more than just asking a friend if their company has any openings. There are dozens of ways to effectively network… Read more »

How to Attract Millennials to Your Company

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Embrace this generation of young minds; they’ll soon make up more than half of the American workforce. It’s essential any good leader leverage advantages that competitors may not. Be prepared, because if you’re serious about bringing in millennial talent, it will take more than adjusting your job description. A review of your company’s hiring practices… Read more »

Stay Focused During Your Job Hunt

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We’ve all been there: You read over pages and pages of job listings, seeking the right position. You finally select one that fits, create a cover letter and enter your information. And repeat. Hunting for jobs is time-consuming, tedious and can be downright exhausting. But to get the job you’re seeking, you need to rise… Read more »

Don’t Ignore the Warning Signs Discovered in Behavioral Interview Questions

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Hiring managers and office supervisors have the opportunity to conduct interviews to track down that perfect candidate when you need to fill a position. Interviews allow you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a potential hire, and they provide you with insight into a candidate’s personal character and professional experience. However, there’s so much… Read more »

How to Win in the Final Round of Interviews

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The interview process may begin with a video call, a phone screen, or an in-person meet-up; but it all comes down to the final interview. It’s essential to stay calm, do your research, and feel confident entering the last phase of the hiring process. When you’re in this position, it’s natural to feel stress and… Read more »

3 Ways to Show You’re Able to be Coached in Your New Job

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Congratulations! You’ve got the job! Your first few days can be overwhelming: new names, new faces, and new challenges. As you start your new position, take this time to show that you’re a valuable addition to the team. Employers look for self-starters who can learn quickly. Most importantly, candidates should always be coachable. If you lack… Read more »

Four Things to Remember When Hiring Seasonal Workers This Summer

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Summer means sunshine, ice cream, outdoor activities, and seasonal staffing! Effective leaders know how to manage time to ensure all responsibilities are met, even when summer fun is just outside your doors. To the best in the business, summer means hiring temporary staff for the season. Whether you are accommodating for staff members taking vacation… Read more »

Make Your Workplace Happy by Doing These Five Things Each Day

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Creating a friendly and productive office environment is essential to a happy workplace. Research shows that happy workers are more productive workers, so embrace the trend toward a upbeat environment. Hiring the best professionals doesn’t necessarily mean a harmonious atmosphere – this is something a leader must craft. The best managers never settle – they strive for… Read more »