5 Benefits of Volunteering You May Now Know About

Volunteering is wonderful for the community. However, you may not realize, serving as a volunteer is good for you too. Here are five benefits of volunteering you may not know about. You Will Discover Your Community You probably are aware your town or city has food pantries, animal shelters, and volunteer fire departments. But do… Read More »

5 Common Mistakes Made When Interviewing Job Candidates

Hiring is essential for the success of an organization. Are you bringing in the best people? Or, are you losing top talent because of a sloppy process? If you’re not sure, look out for common mistakes made when interviewing job candidates. Not Defining Your Ideal Candidate Employers go into an interview knowing who they want… Read More »

What’s It Like Being a Registered Nurse?

Are you thinking about a career in the medical profession? Are you wondering what it is like being a registered nurse? Here’s a brief overview of a day in the life of an RN. In hospital settings, most nurses work twelve-hour shifts from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. or 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Of… Read More »

Learn How to Bring Out Your Employees’ Strengths

What if you could maximize the potential of everyone on your team? It sounds like a recipe for success, doesn’t it? Use these tips to bring out your employees’ strengths and help your company achieve amazing things. Identify Strengths All of us have innate talents or things that come easily to us. However, your employees… Read More »

5 Ways to Succeed as a First-Time Manager

Successfully managing a team is difficult under the best of circumstances. And when you’re new to the job, the task can be even more daunting. However, you received this honor for a reason. So, put your skills to use and tackle the challenge using these expert tips. Remember to Serve When author Simon Sinek asked… Read More »

How to Take Your Company’s Culture to the Next Level

Your company has defined its mission. And now, you’re ready to take your corporate culture to the next level. So, how do you weave those values into the everyday aspects of your business? Overcommunicate Your Priorities In his book The Culture Code, Daniel Coyle studied some of the world’s most successful organizations including Pixar, the… Read More »

3 Ways to Turn Stress Into Productivity

You know the feeling. You have so much to do. You don’t know where to start. And, your stress level is through the roof. How could you possibly turn this panic into productivity? Guess what? You can. Look back to one of your most productive days. Chances are you were under pressure. Yet, you channeled… Read More »

5 Tips for Following up After Submitting a Resume

You found a fantastic job opportunity and eagerly submitted your resume. But it’s been weeks, and you have heard … absolutely nothing. What should you do? Give up or follow up? Although contacting a company to check on the status of your resume feels awkward, this strategy can be a smart way to land a… Read More »

Is Your Team Burnt Out? Here’s How to Tell

Do your employees seem overly tired, bored, negative and disengaged? You may wonder if this is a passing phase or if you have a case of burnout on your hands. How Do I Know If My Employees Are Suffering From Burnout Out? According to author Julie Jansen and the online journal PLOS ONE, there are… Read More »

This is How Managers Inspire Their Employees

As a manager, you want your employees to be productive and engaged, but sometimes, even the best of us need a little help. Here’s how to add extra inspiration to your workplace. Start With Why In one of the most popular TED Talks of all time, Simon Sinek “explains why some organizations and some leaders… Read More »