Does Your Hiring Manager Know How to Interview Effectively?

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For companies looking to hire the very best recruits, the job interview is an essential part of the vetting process. But the quality of interview is entirely dependent on the quality of the interviewer. If a hiring manager is not adequately prepared, or asking the wrong questions, companies won’t get an accurate evaluation of the… Read more »


Ready for a Promotion? Read This!

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If you’ve been in the same position for a while and have performed well in your role, you are likely beginning to feel like a promotion should be on the horizon. But, regardless of your feelings on the matter, you have to make sure that other people feel the same way. Otherwise, you could be… Read more »


The Strategic Way to Improve Customer Satisfaction

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In today’s digital world, a single misstep with a customer can become infamous, traveling across social media at shocking speeds. Similarly, a great moment can also go viral, showing the world that you truly focus on customer satisfaction. Often, truly gauging how our customers feel about your product or service is challenging, even with the… Read more »


Congrats on Your Promotion! Here’s How to Prepare

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It happened: You landed your first leadership position. Not only is this an exciting time, but it is also a challenging one. You are entering a world that you haven’t experienced before and one with which you may not be overly familiar. But, you want to make sure you make a good first impression as… Read more »


How to Focus After a Mid-Career Slump

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Once you’ve been a part of the workforce for around 20 years, it’s common to feel like you’re stuck in a bit of a rut. Maybe you’ve been in the same position for years or have grown overly comfortable with your daily tasks. Regardless of the cause, you don’t have to accept this as your… Read more »