Beware These Red-Flag Buzzwords in Your Next Interview

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You’ve found a great post on one of the many job search websites, and you’re feeling good. The commute is short, the hours are great and you’re feeling confident. When you walk in the door, you start getting a nagging feeling that something isn’t right. Maybe the vibe feels off, or the people aren’t friendly…. Read more »

Creating a Personal Website Can Enhance Your Job Search

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As a professional in any industry, getting your name out there is essential. Being able to build a network and a positive reputation will improve your chances in any industry. Establishing yourself as a unique candidate through your website can be an attention-grabber to recruiters and hiring managers. Here’s our top insight on what your… Read more »

Unique Ways to Find New Talent

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Hiring the right people to join your team can be tricky, especially in a candidate market. Hundreds of applications, dozens of interviews, and multiple offers may not always work out for your company. The entire process can be exhausting, and you’ve got work to do. Are you tired of hearing from the same unqualified applicants,… 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 »

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 »

What Are the Most Effective Styles of Leadership?

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As a leader in your field, it is essential to focus on your professional abilities. The U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics determined that over two million Americans quit each month. 31% of people indicate that they would leave their job because of their supervisor. Research shows that the best way to bolster retention rates… Read more »

Essential Communication Skills That Lead to Workplace Success

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“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.  “ George Bernard Shaw. This remains so true today, in a world where half of you attention may still be in your email inbox. Technology can cripple your ability to get in touch, so it’s vital to make a conscious effort to… Read more »

Bad Day on the Job Hunt? Here’s How to Get Over It

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Everyone’s been there: You wanted to perform perfectly in your interview, but it just didn’t happen. There can be a range of emotions from discomfort to all-out humiliation when you say the wrong thing during an interview. But don’t let it get you down! Job-hunting is a time-consuming and stressful commitment. Odds are, if you’re… 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 »

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 »