Tag archive for business

Get Over Yourself: Stop Focusing On Generational Differences

There have always been differences from generation to generation. If we could spend as much time perfecting how individuals can work effectively together as we do on talking about how generations don’t, we’d have the most productive workforce ever.

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Gentle Mentors Are Not Helpful- Or Are They?

Each mentor guides me in such drastically different ways, yet I am always amazed that their guidance collectively leads me in one direction.

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Best Way To Help? Be A Good Listener

How many times do we see managers telling an employee the same thing over and over only to have the employee do something completely different? How many employees have to come to HR to complain that their manager never listens to them?

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10 Skills Critical to Business Success in 2014 and Beyond

What skills do you need to become a more successful business professional? Find out here.

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Workplace Lessons For Success From Dr. Seuss

Favorite Dr. Seuss quotes. What are yours?

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12 Minutes: Learn Social or Business During Your Drive Time

That’s when I realized that there are many people who still don’t purchase their radio experience. They listen to local radio. These are some of the same people who argue that they don’t have time to learn social media, to read a blog, to learn a new tool or technology.

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Even Good Stress is Stress

How often do you overload your “free” time with social media, learning more about your industry, or all that extra reading you’ve been meaning to catch up on?

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Hey Mister! How To Address People Properly

I’ve always been respectful and for some odd reason when I address people I tend use their first and last name. What’s the proper way?

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