Every few years, the workplace is introduced to a new generation of workers. When a new generation transitions into adulthood, there can be conflicts with older generations who already are in the workforce simply because there is an age gap between them. Currently, the workforce has been focusing on handling millennials, since the older generations initially didn’t comprehend their ambition and strong connection to social media and technology.Continue reading
I’ve been a career coach for nearly 25 years and run my business for 20 years now. My goal remains the same: help my clients create huge shifts in their personal and professional lives.
I’ve since learned that the most successful entrepreneurs have mastered the art of saying no.Continue reading
When you’re combing through resumes and interviews, one thing you shouldn’t do is hire someone based on your first impression alone. One thing you should do is pay close attention to the interviewee who has the required experience but are just not sure if he or she will fit with your company’s culture. When people don’t work well with an organization’s culture, they’ll have a hard time showing superior job performance because they’re not adapting to the core beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that make up your organization. You’ll need to learn about hiring employees that fit into the culture of your workplace. How do you do that? We’re going to provide a list below with some ways you can make sure the people you want to hire have the right cultural fit in the workplace.
Often times, when we want to learn something new to inspire innovation in our entrepreneur lives, we read books. Reading a fantastic book to educate yourself and create more internal motivation and inspiration to develop new ideas is not a new concept, nor is it one that should seem uncommon to people competing in today’s business world. There are so many books to pick from; which ones are best for creating the type of invigoration that leads to success?Continue reading