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Consequences of Unqualified Hiring

If you are the type of person that needs to be the smartest one in the room in order to maintain your self-esteem, you likely hire people that are less qualified than you. 358 more words

Workplace Issues

How to tell your coworker they smell bad (in a nice way)

Of all the challenging workplace conversations to be had, telling a coworker they smell bad is the most awkward, etiquette expert Julie Blais Comeau says. 462 more words


Odd Qualifications for TOO Many Managers These Days

If you have children in their late teens to mid-twenties in the workforce, you may have heard a few dozen horror stories about their managers and thought they were exaggerated. 553 more words

Workplace Issues

Receiving criticism in the workplace

– part of the professional development series

No matter how experienced we are in business or how mindful we are during meaningful conversations within the workplace, whether you are an employer or employee, I’m pretty confident that we all could do with some additional help when receiving criticism. 974 more words

Professional Supervision

A Pat on the Back

One of the issues brought forward during my recent meeting with management was the lack of positive reinforcement we received from them. Our point was that we have had a tough time in the clinic over the last year and we have hardly had any “thank you”s or “well done”s. 496 more words


Meeting with Management

I feel numb right now. I should be angry, I can feel the embers of what would have been smoldering rage at this injustice only a few weeks ago. 418 more words


Is impostor syndrome holding you back at work?

What do Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer Maya Angelou, celebrated Canadian comic actor Mike Myers, and Academy Award-winners Meryl Streep and Kate Winslet have in common? They all have impostor syndrome. 1,195 more words