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29 June

How Game of Thrones Can Make Your Work Life Better

Monday morning. The workweek has begun. Finding motivation to get through the tasks of the day at my new job could potentially be a struggle, but I’m eager to get into the office. Why? Because I can’t wait to talk to my coworkers about the previous night’s Game of Thrones finale.

25 May

Backing the Boomers: Retirement Coaching's Importance

Many a work-related article has been dedicated to the  Millennial generation. From recruiting and retaining new, young talent to understanding how they tick, HR leaders have placed most of their recent attention on those coming into the workforce. However, a huge population of workers demands HR’s attention, especially in today’s work world.

18 May

The Key to Mastering Change: Leadership Development

Business changes rapidly thanks in a large part to ever-developing technology.  So how can we balance our ability to stay on top of, if not ahead of, technological change?  How can we build our workforce to be flexible and open to progress so that they don’t get left behind… and so we don’t either?

28 April

Employers Can Go Into ‘Networking Mode’ Too

In our role as career coaches, we emphasize that our clients need to spend time networking and, more specifically, getting out and talking to people to market their skills while learning about hidden opportunities.  Companies need to do the same thing with an eye to finding prospective employees.

23 March

Working with LinkedIn on Your Job Search: Part 2

For those looking to land a new job, the value of an effective LinkedIn site could be immeasurable.  Several weeks ago we looked at some basic LinkedIn skills that help you establish a very strong site that represents you really well.  So this time we’ll look more at how and why LinkedIn is so powerful: networking.

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