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Career Transitions

Today I did something scary.

I left a music job that I’d held for several years, because I knew it was time for a change. I’m resuming blogging and reconnecting with my community of other coaches and clients, past and future. 361 more words

Life Coaching

Favoritism....It's ugly.

As management professionals, we’re the ones responsible for keeping the employees at our organizations happy and productive. This goal is hard to reach if there is favoritism or nepotism on the job, especially if it’s allowed to grow unchecked. 781 more words

Dishonesty is for losers!

A fellow who bills himself as an industry marketing expert recently sent me an email. It was a very well put together, nice-looking offer to procure more than 200 marketing ideas. 738 more words

Stress Sucks...

Relationship stress

Being in a relationship can cause everyday pressures for all of us, but some individuals may be experiencing symptoms of stress that may be a direct result of the relationships they are in. 315 more words

Make your employees comfortable on their 1st day of work!

No matter how experienced or seasoned a new employee is, the first day of work can be a bit daunting. The first impression a company makes on new employees can leave a lasting impression. 415 more words

Employee Performance Reviews

Employee performance evaluations are an important part of managing your business. While few managers and probably even fewer employees look forward to these reviews, they can be very useful tools. 399 more words

Hiring Qualified Staff

Your business is growing and you’re thinking about taking on someone (or more than one someone) to help. So why is it, that while you and your company are a success, you’re filled with dread at the thought of taking the next steps to hire an employee? 940 more words