Happy Thanksgiving

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” John Fitzgerald Kennedy Since 1963, when President Lincoln declared it a national holiday (thanks to Sarah Josepha… Read more »

Leadership Don’ts

“If you want something done, ask a busy person.” Benjamin Franklin Characteristically, Leaders have too many responsibilities on their schedule. Why? Because they not only have the ability to evaluate the list, prioritize it, delegate, and then act; they also… Read more »

Onboarding for Long-term Success

Successful onboarding begins with a strategical plan. A well-designed plan, centered around your company’s purpose and mission secures long-term energized staff; while a failure to plan often results in high turnover – increasing both time loss and financial drain. Here… Read more »

Traits of the Great . . .

Part IV – Business Finance & Banking In this last blog of our Traits of the Great series, we will talk about what it takes to excel in a business finance or banking career. While it does require specific training,… Read more »

Traits of the Great . . .

Part III – Information Technology Specialists Information Technology Specialists are a hot item in the ongoing war for top talent, but that doesn’t mean every IT guy or gal is guaranteed their dream position. Companies want – and need –… Read more »

Traits of the Great . . .

Part II– Medical Assistants Taking time out for a visit to our physician is always inconvenient, but dealing with the occasional medical issue is a fact of life. A great medical assistant, however, can make the process smoother, more efficient,… Read more »

Traits of the Great . . .

Paralegals Paralegals, those in-demand individuals who assist attorneys in delivering legal services, play an essential role both in both the legal department of various businesses and in legal offices. Their education, training, and work experience enable them to perform crucial… Read more »

The Path to Passive Candidates

Maintaining a competitive edge in the race for talent necessitates promoting open positions in the same way your company markets products or service. It’s more than selling to the customer who entered the store; it’s all about enticing the ones… Read more »

You Don’t Have to Drink Your Energy – Part II

In last week’s blog – You Don’t have to Drink Your Energy – Part I, we talked about America’s caffeine-for-energy habit. We discussed work habits and ways to build energy in more positive ways. Today we continue on the topic… Read more »

You Don’t have to Drink Your Energy

Caught ya – you are probably as guilty as the rest of us – depending on that cup of coffee to get you going in the morning or that energy drink to get you through your afternoon slump! The American… Read more »