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So you want a resume? Jan 25, 2023

Over the past few weeks, I have been asked about how to write a resume or to review them or to help understand what the heck an effective resume looks like.

I thought I would take a few minutes to write up some guidance on how to look at resumes as well as what you should be writing in yours. As...

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Be Prepared for the Difficult Conversations at Work Jan 19, 2023

As a leader, you know that difficult conversations are a necessary part of effective leadership. Whether it's a disagreement, resistance, or differing opinions, handling tough conversations can be challenging and stressful. However, with the right tools and strategies, you can improve your...

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Peer 1 on 1s: The Key to Unlocking Team Potential and Achieving Goals Jan 17, 2023

Peer 1 on 1s, also known as one-on-one meetings or one-on-ones, are a powerful tool for building stronger relationships, improving communication, and increasing productivity within a team. These meetings are designed to give team members the opportunity to discuss their work, share feedback, and...

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First Time Manager Tips Jan 02, 2023

 

The first few weeks at a new job can be overwhelming. There is a lot to learn and a lot of catching up to do. We will be focusing on the basics of what you need to do in the first few weeks as the new person in charge. During the first week, you can really make an impact on your team...

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Giving and receiving feedback like a pro Dec 31, 2022

Feedback is a way of sharing information about the quality of service or experience. Feedback can be given in many different ways, but the most common methods are verbal and written.

Feedback is important because it helps us to understand what other people think of something. It can also help...

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Dec 31, 2022

Abraham Maslow (1954), a psychologist, developed the theory of human motivation based on a tiered leveling of requirements that must be met before progressing to the next level.

  • Physiological requirements
  • Safety requirements
  • Social requirements
  • Esteem requirements
  • Self-actualization

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