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  • How to Overcome Decision Making Problems

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Making decisions is harder for some people than it is for others. Some people are just naturally good when it comes to solving problems or making decisions. Whether you have a small choice to make or a bigger workplace decision, here are a few steps to overcome this problem. Don’t Be Overconfident One of the biggest mistakes in decision making is being overly confident. There’s a difference between being certain and being overconfident with your decision making. If you head into a decision without thinking things through, you’re more likely to fail. Instead...
  • These 5 Words Make the Difference Between Success and Failure

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? It’s no secret that Tom Brady is a successful person in the spotlight. He recently gave a statement talking about how he handles the stress and excitement of football games. People questioned him on his methods of staying calm when there’s so much going on around him. Brady gave 5 important words he that uses in his life. “One play at a time” are five words that make the difference between his success and failure. Here are a few reasons why these words matter. The Power Of Focus These words can serve as...
  • Why Transitions Lead to Problems and Often Fail

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Even the most successful business leaders struggle with transitions. In the business world, transitions often occur whether employees are ready or not. This often leads to failure. Here are a few reasons why transitions lead to problems and how to prevent business failure. Leaders Are Unprepared When employees rise to the top of their company they often don’t realize what they’re in for. Leaders have higher demands in terms of management and keeping up with more responsibilities. In these cases, leaders aren’t prepared for the quick speeds and levels of work they have...
  • Here’s What Hiring Managers Actually Care About

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Are you looking for a new career or interviewing for a new job and wondering what a manager or hiring manager is looking for in resume or interview? There are some things that hiring managers are looking for in the resume and interview processes that will increase your chances of securing employment. Knowing what to write, say, and how to answer questions during this process is definitely one of the biggest keys to securing a new job placement. What To Focus On and To Say Some of the things that are important throughout...
  • What Development Goal Is Right for You?

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Throughout professional careers, time is often spent focusing on helping others whether it is clients, supervisors, or fellow colleagues and this is time-consuming throughout the years. This is the perfect time to stop and reflect on where you are professionally and what you can do to brush up on your professional skills. How To Further Develop Your Career The biggest question every professional asks is what can be done to ensure that they remain up to date with technology and innovations in their field. The answer to this is certifications, licensing, recertifying licensures,...
  • Want to Be a Successful Leader? Start Applying These 5 Success Habits.

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Are you tired of reading the same leadership clichés in leadership books and online articles? Most of the “helpful” information and tips that you have read are all based on common sense and ideas that have been installed in your head since elementary school. When you’re ready to become a successful leader, it’s time to follow the five actionable practices documented by Dr. John Stahl-Wart. These practices can be found in successful businesses and organizations around the world. 1. Have a Vision Having a compelling vision is the foundation of becoming a great...
  • Why Great Employees Leave “Great Cultures”

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? From the outside, a company may look like “the place to work,’ but constantly they are having to hire new personnel when their employees leave. The culture of the company may not actually align with their core values which make for an unhappy workplace. So how can this all be changed? Let’s first understand what a great culture is versus what it’s not. What is Great Culture? While some might think having a great culture is all about parties or free gifts or company sponsored workout classes, having a great culture is so...
  • How To Improve Communication in the Workplace

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? Communication in the workplace can be one of the most difficult parts of any given day. Since almost all departments, positions and duties require communicating, whether it is via phone, email or in person; you and your team must all be on the same page in order to communicate effectively. When communication breaks down, it will cause lower workplace morale and decrease productivity. There are ways to improve workplace communication to provide more engaged employees, greater productivity, and higher workplace morale. By following these tips, you will begin to see a change in...
  • Executive Team Building: A Recipe for Success

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? We have all heard about the benefits of team building. We have also heard executives talk about their successful team building results: Improved morale Improved efficiencies Improved commitment Improved communication Improved collaboration Improved leadership skills Improved motivation Improved bottom line If team building is so successful to the overall growth of a company and its employees, why are not all companies engaged in team building? Some reasons companies do not invest in team building are: They tried it before and it did not work Did not have buy in from the team No...
  • Hire Great Managers To Get a Great Team

    Ready to Find Your Next Star Performer? We’ve all been there, working for a company that you love, but you just can’t stay. Why? Because of how ineffective your manager’s skills are or how undermining they can be. Here’s a shocking statistic: more than one in two Americans have left a job to get away from a toxic boss to find happiness elsewhere, according to a Gallup poll. Instead of allowing fear and resentment to build in your employees, acting quickly to change the situation is a must. There’s no need to worry if the entire team will fall once...

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