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How the Job Search Changed Since 2009
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How the Job Search Changed Since 2009

By Elizabeth Lions - Apr 25 2017


Do you realize how many people are looking for a new job? According to LinkedIn’s survey report in 2016, 87% of passive and active candidates are open to a new job. The number one reason for wanting a new job is career advancement and growth. In the last three years, I’ve been surprised to find […]

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How You Can Stop Trying To Manage Time And Start Getting Results
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How You Can Stop Trying To Manage Time And Start Getting Results

By Julie Chance - Apr 25 2017


Let’s get this out on the table and in the open right away. It is impossible to manage time. You simply cannot do it. You cannot make more time, you cannot spend more time than you have or borrow time, and you cannot save time for a rainy day (or retirement). There is no way […]

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Create a More Powerful To Do List to Get Results
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Create a More Powerful To-Do List to Get Results

By Lauren Midgley - Apr 21 2017


Yes, I believe that two lists will be a stress reliever for you. Yes, it will take a little bit more time each day, maybe five to ten minutes. If you are not using a process like the one described below, you may want to consider it. Your brain is best used for problem solving, […]

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Different Generations: Can We Learn From Each Other?
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Different Generations: Can We Learn From Each Other?

By Judy Hoberman - Apr 18 2017


The last two weeks I had back-to-back traveling, training and speaking. While my number one topic is women-how to recruit them, how to give them great training, how to retain them and how to promote them into leadership roles, there were a number of questions about how to integrate different generations into an environment that […]

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Joblessness and the “Care Chasm”: Why Women Drop Out of the Workforce
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Joblessness and the “Care Chasm”: Why Women Drop Out of the Workforce

By Dr. Anne Litwin - Apr 18 2017


There was a lot of focus on a dearth of middle-class jobs for men in the United States during the recent presidential election. This discussion centered on the loss of good-paying manufacturing and mining jobs for men, which have been in decline since the 1960s due to automation and globalization. Not much attention has been […]

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Listen, Learn, Hire - Lisa Harrington
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Listen, Learn, Hire

By Lisa Harrington - Apr 11 2017


Have you noticed how the unemployment rate has been bouncing around a lot over the last few years? Up, down–up again–so that we might even be lulled into a sense of apathy–or aggravation. From an employer’s perspective, this could either be good news or bad news. Are there employees out there, or not? Are they […]

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Mindful Listening: Listening and Learning
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Mindful Listening: Listening and Learning

By Dolores Garza - Apr 11 2017


My goal is to provide encouragement to entrepreneurs as I maneuver through my entrepreneurial journey. I’d like to share my good news – the websites are up and running AND we’ve gotten a few customers. New websites and customers equates to new opportunities to learn how to satisfactorily resolve new issues and learn to communicate […]

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Take Spring Break!
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Take Spring Break!

By Jude Olson - Apr 04 2017


Just like our children, we need a Spring Break! The season reminds us of the rhythms of rest and renewal…like the waves. Instead of using your downtime to do cleaning or extra chores, multitasking or getting more efficient, try doing less…or even nothing! When was the last time you took a moment to? Swing in […]

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Teaching Your Children Good Money Values
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Teaching Your Children Good Money Values

By Marilyn Suey - Apr 04 2017


The book The Financially Intelligent Parent: 8 Steps to Raising Successful, Generous, Responsible Children, by Eileen and Jon Gallo, focuses on the idea that the way in which parents spend money sends messages to their children about their values and priorities. It helps you become more aware of the values communicated to children through your […]

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How Managers Can Improve Employee Performance & Engagement Through Coaching
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How Managers Can Improve Employee Performance & Engagement Through Coaching

By Julie Chance - Mar 31 2017


Do you have a coach? If not you may be in the minority. It seems like everyone has a coach today – a business coach, executive coach, fitness coach, wellness coach, spiritual coach, life coach, speaking coach, parenting coach – the list goes on and on. Just think of something you’d like to do better […]

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Steadily Onward: The Two-Word Mantra That Will Get You Through
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Steadily Onward: The Two-Word Mantra That Will Get You Through

By Rebecca Liston - Mar 28 2017


Some days the advice I give to my clients in my role as their coach is really, really simple. Today is one of those days. In fact, it’s kind of been one of those months… I don’t really want to delve too much into the whole political arena but can we just all agree that […]

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Greatest Missed Opportunity

By Judy Hoberman - Mar 28 2017


“You’re too tall” “You’re too young” “You’re too old” “You’re a woman” Can you imagine how quickly these thoughts come into our brains? We may never say those words…or others out loud but we make snap judgements in a blink of an eye. I can’t even think how many missed opportunities there have been because […]

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Truth in Leadership
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Truth in Leadership

By Danón Carter - Mar 21 2017


Being a leader can be very challenging. People are not always nice nor are they easy. I always teach the importance of establishing your credibility and integrity upfront. Meaning, you need to determine the things you are willing to stand for or walk away from before you get into the situation. What are you non-negotiables? […]

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Red Light or Green Light Kind of Day
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Impact Your Momentum Each Day to Reduce Stress

By Lauren Midgley - Mar 21 2017


Have you ever thought about your day in the context of our traffic lights? I had not either, until recently. Let me share the revelation I had. Some days are “green lights” where what you intend to get done that day actually happens. You feel fully in control of calendar, the time allotted for each […]