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 »

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 »