This article, “A Eulogy for the Living” emphasizes the importance of recognition and appreciation to all those who have devoted time to shape your life and who helped you get to where you are today.
For everyone who has given their time, advice, and words to enrich my life, I would like to thank you for … Read More »
This great new website is for parents and students preparing to enter college in the USA. It provides a very quick and realistic estimate of actual costs to attend private and public colleges in America. Private colleges have extremely high published tuition which keeps many students of modest and even middle class income families from applying. This website … Read More »
Leaders often find themselves alone when it comes to making the final decision and asking for help or a second opinion can sometimes be seen as a weakness. This brief article illustrates the importance of mentor-ship, constructive criticism, and having a close support team even when you have made it to the top.
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A common fear among many managers is that if they don’t do the work themselves then it won’t get done properly. After all, when an employee fails, that failure reflects directly on the manager.
But failing to delegate is a recipe for manager burnout, department turnover, and poor productivity. And yet, delegating effectively is not as … Read More »
Jessica Miles speaks to “How Can You Fall Back In Love With Your Job?”
“Remember why you took the job in the first place. Ask yourself these questions:
Do you like your job 70-80% of the time?
Do you feel respected and needed at work?
Are you paid enough to live?
If you can answer yes to all … Read More »