Consider hiring a U.S. veteran for your next open position. Veterans are disciplined team-oriented players that can add value to any employer's business. Here are some reasons why veterans make great employees: Trained Leaders The military trains people to be leaders. Veterans understand how to manage, motivate,...

Whether you're a business owner, a manager, or a co-worker, you've most likely felt the stress and anxiety that come from facing the need to initiate a crucial (and possibly uncomfortable) conversation. A crucial conversation is any conversation where the stakes are high, emotions run...

We make many decisions throughout the course of a day.  Some are small and inconsequential while others are large and can affect peoples’ lives and wellbeing. At some point in our careers, we have all made decisions that just did not work out the way...

The average professional spends 31 hours a month in meetings.  Many of us find that meetings can be full of talk, with little focus and no outcomes. If you’ve ever sat through one of those meetings, feeling like it’s a waste of time and a...

There is no denying that cell phones are an important part of most of our daily lives. Our insatiable need for information can lead to obsessive, addictive and unsafe behavior patterns. Here are some interesting findings: On average, adults check their phones 110 times per...

Phone interviews are a way for clients to become familiar with your qualifications, personality, and communication skills. Make sure you are prepared! Match Your Qualifications - Review the job description and create a list of how your qualifications match the hiring criteria. Research the Job...

Congratulations on getting the interview! It's time to now focus on making a positive first impression. Also see our top interview dos and don'ts. Attire: Interview attire is important. Unless you are interviewing at a company externally known for their trendy and hip culture, dress to impress....