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 »

Reasons Your Coworkers May Run From You!

Workplace relationships can be complicated. However, you can avoid certain behaviors that will ensure your coworkers won’t run in the opposite direction when they see you approaching.   Be sure not to act like this type of employee:   You don’t listen to others – If you don’t listen to others, people will not want… Read More »

Reasons Why Employing A ‘Culture Add’ Benefits Your Business

Employers spend part of their hiring resources on personality assessments in hopes of finding the right fit for their company’s culture.   While this is important to do, it should not be the only thing you look at with your potential candidate. When an employee doesn’t stay long in a position, often an employer wonders whether… Read More »

Surefire Ways To Get Promoted

Wouldn’t you like to know how to secure an upcoming promotion? Imagine being able to tap into your supervisors thought processes and learn what it takes to get promoted. These tips will enable you to understand more of what bosses look for as they make their promotion decision. Stand out and you’ll find yourself in… Read More »

Top 10 Most Popular Books Of All Time

Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes 500 million copies sold A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens 200 million copies sold The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien 150 million copies sold The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery 142 million copies sold Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.L. Rowling 107… Read More »

How To Help Employees Manage Workplace Stress

In their paper, “Reducing Occupational Stress:  An Introductory Guide for Managers, Supervisors, and Union Members,” co-authors Janet Cahill, Paul Landsbergis, and Peter Schnall offer some useful information that may help you improve the health and productivity of employees.   Here are a few of their recommendations: Increase the level of social support from co-workers and… Read More »

The Future Workplace Experience: Is Your HR Department Ready?

The business world is more focused on the need to innovate today. Try to be more innovative with your company’s culture, leadership style, technology goals, strategy, etc… One thing that often doesn’t get as much traction is Human Resources. The future workplace experience is changing. How does your HR department measure up? Are you ready?… Read More »

Resolutions You Can Accomplish By The End Of The Year!

While it may be the last month of the year, there is still time to knock out a few more resolutions before it is over. Looking back over the year, you may be wondering what you’ve been doing. Take some time to celebrate your accomplishments and set some new goals that will help improve your… Read More »