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Increase Your Emotional Intelligence In One Step

People are generally more reactive than proactive which often can be a good thing. For instance, avoiding an accident while driving with quick reflexes, or your reflexes when a spider lands on you. (I know I personally move like Bruce Lee when one gets on me) However, there are times when you allow emotions to… Read More »

New Laws Banning Salary History

Potential new laws are on the horizon that would ban employers asking questions about salary history during the interview process. Restrictions in Massachusetts, Delaware, Oregon, New York City, San Francisco, and Philadelphia have already passed legislation that prohibits employers from requesting salary information from job candidates. Hefty fines will be imposed on those that do… Read More »

Five Bad Habits Millennials Need To Avoid

Millennials are often viewed as a generation of self-centered, entitled, and demanding individuals. While that may be an overreaction to the truth, there are some things that millennials in the workforce should be mindful of today. Stereotypes can be difficult to overcome, but it’s worth it for millennials to avoid these habits that are seen… Read More »

Exceptional Leaders Plan and Take Appropriate Action

In our four-quadrant model, the upper right (the exterior individual objective) consists of one’s physical body and one’s behavior. Exceptional leaders take appropriate action in light of all the other quadrants, i.e. their individual internal dynamics such as personality and values (upper left quadrant); the collective internal dynamics such as the culture (lower left quadrant);… Read More »

Social Media Marketing Predictons – 2018

Online adults aged 18-34 are most likely to follow a brand via social networking (95%). (Source: MarketingSherpa) Think about your audience and where they are most likely to follow your brand.   71% of consumers who have had a good social media service experience with a brand are likely to recommend it to others. (Source:… Read More »

Increase Your Emotional Intelligence In One Step

People are generally more reactive than proactive which often can be a good thing. For instance, avoiding an accident while driving with quick reflexes, or your reflexes when a spider lands on you. (I know I personally move like Bruce Lee when one gets on me) However, there are times when you allow emotions to… Read More »

How To Transition Into A Leadership Role

Congratulations, you’re transitioning into a new leadership role! While this may seem like a challenge, there are things to consider for a more seamless transition. As a new leader, the first impression you make with your team is crucial. Get things started off on the right foot and remember the following:   Mistakes Are Inevitable… Read More »