What Are the Top Skills Employers Look for in a Candidate?

Posted on February 8th, by Jeff Barison in Career Advice. 2 comments

There are a number of vital skills employers looking for when considering candidates to hire.  Whether you earn your college degree online or in a classroom setting, it is crucial to be aware of these attributes and decision influencers to best position yourself for success in the future.  We will cover two primary components in … Read More »

Mirroring Margaret’s Management Mojo

Posted on February 8th, by Scott Lesnick in education/training. No Comments

It’s safe to say that Margaret is one of the finest managers I’ve ever met. She’s a rare combination of great insight, intelligence, forward thought, deep caring, tremendous leadership, problem solving skills extraordinaire and so much more.

So, you may ask, why aren’t more leaders like Margaret? I wondered too, so I asked her to explain … Read More »

The Word is Culture

Posted on February 8th, by Chris Edmonds in education/training. No Comments

Back in January 2015, Merriam-Webster selected “culture” as their word of the year for 2014.  Our of more than 100 million queries on their website each month and a similar number on the company’s app, “culture” increased by 15 percent increase this year over the prior year.

The popularity of workplace culture has continued to grow. … Read More »

Improve Results by Replacing Accountability with Capability

Posted on February 8th, by Greg Gilbert in on the job. No Comments

Every day, many times across America;

A six-year old sits in the corner in “Time Out” for a specific length of time for performance or behavior problems.
A 15-year old is grounded for a specific length of time for performance or behavior problems.
A 50-year old team member, parent or grandparent is placed on a level of discipline … Read More »