Tips to Find the Mistakes in Your Resume

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The resume is the first step to success in many careers. With so much importance placed on the modern resume, it’s essentially the document is free of errors. Although a simple typo might be overlooked elsewhere, a strict hiring manager might take this as a sign of laziness, an uncaring attitude or a downright lack… Read more »

All Conversations Aren’t Happy… Here’s How to Have the Tough Ones with Your Team

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The role of leader is often a joyous one. Handing out promotions and pay raises, solving problems and communicating with staff members can be an extremely positive and impactful experience. However, there is an alternate side to the leadership role. Just as often as managers and supervisors get to deliver good news to their subordinates,… Read more »

Bored with Your Job? What Can You Do to Make It More Interesting?

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Boredom is a bug that can strike anyone at any time. Although the feeling often passes with time, chronic boredom in the workplace can cause a real drop in productivity. Not only can this bring down the morale of your entire team, it might even cause you to lose your job entirely. Look at the… Read more »

Improve Your Leadership ROI This Year

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The concept of ROI is simple: To measure the benefit you (or your company) have gained in comparison to the investment made. While this is often used when discussing financial gains or losses, this unit of measurement can also be applied to your staff. Just as its important to experience a return on any monetary… Read more »