Organized

Some people love to organize, while others take a more lackadaisical approach to their home and professional lives. Regardless of your natural organizational skills, however, you can find success as an office manager with the following four organizing tips. or·gan·ized [ˈôrɡəˌnīzd]  ADJECTIVE: Arranged in a systematic way, especially on a large scale. 1) Make Organization Beautiful…

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Work Life Balance

The millennial generation has an undeservedly bad reputation in the workforce thanks to people who have little experience with this group nevertheless calling out the entire generation as lazy, entitled, and unwilling to pay their dues. This supposition is just a blatant misrepresentation when the truth is simply that they work differently than the generation before…

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Website Design

Leading people is one of the most challenging, yet profitable areas of growing your business. And a well designed website is the mark of a professional business. Do you know the features that people look for in a business website? You can be sure that professional hosting and web design are qualities that even the…

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Interview Questions

If you’ve been in a leadership position for more than a couple of years, you’ve likely interviewed dozens of job candidates. You know all the textbook tactics, and you’ve seen every character imaginable — from the guy wearing an Armani suit and too much cologne to the recent college graduate nervously shaking in her boots. But…

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Business Online Presence

It’s hard to get ahead with today’s tough competition. To position yourself as an industry leader, you need a solid online presence to prove that you’re knowledgeable. Here are some ways to increase your exposure and earn your place as an authority figure in your field. Get a Well-Rounded Education If you don’t already have…

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Offering useful and meaningful professional development opportunities to your staff members is one of the keys to a more effective company. Investing in professional development may help your company avoid costly mistakes and keep your best employees motivated and increase their knowledge. This way, it may be more likely that you’ll retain your best workers…

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Bad Weather Ahead

It’s essential for leadership to take incoming weather threats seriously. If not, there is the very real risk for huge revenue losses, crippling facility damage, staff and operational turmoil, and compromised customer service, all of which could put the company’s future at risk. The question isn’t so much, “Will my facility be disrupted by weather?”…

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Girls Rugby

When I was in college, I played on a women’s recreational touch football team. We were known as the Iron Ovaries, and if you’re wondering is it safe to play? – after hearing that name, I’ll remind you it was touch, haha. Those were the days of women claiming our rightful place in being able…

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Is there a prescription treatment for procrastinationitis? This is the “disease” that seemingly permeates people so that every action needs to be delayed until…. well, ….. uh,…. later, I guess? Some Things Never Change… I knew it would happen this way. When I sat together with my colleague Linda to prepare the quality feedback survey…

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