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21 Nov 2017

Hope Is Not A Strategy

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Hoping and wishing is great but without hard work you will not go very far. If you can influence the outcome do the work. If you can’t influence the outcome, ignore it and focus on what you can influence.
16 Nov 2017

Timeliness

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To be on time is to be late, to be early is to be on time. Time waits for no man so use yours wisely.
14 Nov 2017

Stephen Covey

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“Our character is basically a composite of our habits. Because they are consistent, often unconcious patterns, they constantly, daily, express our character.”   –Stephen Covey
2 Nov 2017

Creating Competitive Advantage through Talent Development

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In highly competitive industries such as consulting, finance and marketing there are significant cost implications as a result of inefficiencies. The most common cost to organizations is employee downtime, time spent researching concepts, not being proficient in required skills, not having immediate access to information, relying on others for critical conceptual information and taking time...
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26 Oct 2017

Vincent Van Gogh

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“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”   –Vincent Van Gogh
24 Oct 2017

Must Have Skills for Students in the 21st Century

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“Excel and PowerPoint is just as important as speaking English in business.” This is a direct quote from a hiring manager at a global consulting company. Microsoft Office is critical for success.Watch Video
19 Oct 2017

Onboarding Strategies

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The need to train new hires and enable them to quickly contribute in their new capacity has led companies to look beyond traditional orientation programs to a more strategic on-boarding approach. On-boarding is a process designed to attract and engage new talent, reaffirm their employment decision, acclimate them into the organization’s culture, and prepare them...
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17 Oct 2017

Exploring Careers of the Future

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The global job market is struggling. The US job market is at record lows. The unemployment rate has been at all time lows, over the last 5 years it is approximately 14%. This is significant when compared to 1980, which was 4%. The market boom for the U.S. is seemingly over. We will get back...
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12 Oct 2017

Martha Stewart

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“Without an open-minded mind, you can never be a great success.”   –Martha Stewart
5 Oct 2017

Advertising to Marketing Leadership

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“Those who consistently challenge themselves and challenge others and are consistently asking the question why and searching for the answers are the ones that bring the big ideas to the table.” -Damon Burrell Watch Video
3 Oct 2017

Success through Virtual Learning

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The average high school student learns the theory of a subject like math, but rarely are students given the exposure necessary to apply such theories. In his bestselling book “Outliers,” Malcolm Gladwell asserted that it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. The sooner students focus on their careers, the sooner they will reach those...
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28 Sep 2017

Dale Carnegie

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“It isn’t what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.”   –Dale Carnegie
26 Sep 2017

Arthur Ashe

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“A wise person decides slowly but abides by these decisions.”   –Arthur Ashe
21 Sep 2017

Managing Change and Stress – A 21st Century Survival Skill

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It’s no secret that the loss of a job ranks near the top of the stress scale and is even more challenging when combined with other significant life events. Numerous factors impact the way people respond to change, which can lead to significantly increased amounts of stress. Embracing the natural process of change and minimizing...
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12 Sep 2017

Corporate Culture – A Critical Element in Career Decisions

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You’ve found a job that you and the hiring manager agree you could do well.  You’ve received an offer or expect that an offer might be forthcoming. You’re prepared to negotiate salary and other compensation, start date, title, and other details of the offer. But what about the corporate culture? Are you ready to say...
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