Category Archive for 'Skill Building'

Jane, the new secretary was recently put in charge of ordering all the yearly office supplies for her 40-person team. Many people ordered the same items, yet rather than purchase the items in bulk on one order, Jane placed 40 individuals orders for the supplies as the requests came in. This caused a number of […]

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This article is a companion post for our radio show episode bearing the same name, “When Employees Don’t Read.” The goal of this post is to prepare you for the Workplace Learning Revolution – when employees don’t read.

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It’s the end of May and for some this marks the season of graduation and the transition to your next professional development adventure. That may include going to a career college, four-year university or community college to gain the basic instruction needed to pursue your dream career. In this blog post, I would like to […]

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These days words are coming at us from all directions. From watching movies, t.v. and news, to reading text messages, emails and lips – never in history have so many clamored to be heard. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and the temptation is to tune-in only to select messages. But, tuning others out can be […]

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The topic for last night’s episode of Working Knowledge Radio Show was “Stay In Your Lane.”  This episode discussed the possible benefits of growing where you are planted and knowing when to seek greener pastures elsewhere. As an added resource for listeners, I wanted to share 7 keys to persisting on your career path.

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Everyday individuals are exiting and entering new work environments due to a changing job market. An important question to ponder is, “How do I build trust at my new job?” Or maybe you have a New Year’s Resolution to wipe the slate clean and put your best foot forward among colleagues in 2010. Some of […]

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The answer may seem obvious at first. It’s a matter of principle. It’s a matter of integrity. On and on the platitudes could continue.  But the truth is … it’s a matter of perception management.

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