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How Do You Determine What is Appropriate Attire for an Interview?

When you bring a person into your office for the first interview, how should that person be dressed? How should you be dressed? Traditionally, formal wear was ideal, but as offices become more casual, should interview standards change with the times? How can you communicate the correct attire to an applicant? + read more


Choose Your Interview Questions Wisely to Select the Right Candidate

A rule of thumb that applies to all types of interview is that interviewers should speak no more than 20 per cent of the time, interviewees the rest. + read more


10 Ways to Reduce Commuting Stress

10 Ways to Reduce Commuting Stress Do you get out of your car with a queasy stomach, a headache and your blood pressure registering through the roof? If you do, that energy vulture called stress may have sent your pulse skyrocketing. In a study conducted at the University of California at Irvine, researchers found that the stress of commuting takes a major toll on health. According to the study, it has direct physiological effects of raising blood pressure and releasing stress hormones into the body. Not only that, long commutes (more than 18 miles one way) may also increase the likelihood of having a heart attack due to exposure to high levels of air pollutants, which appears to be a risk factor for heart disease. + read more


10 Simple Steps to Self-Motivation and More Sales

10 Simple Steps to Self-Motivation and More Sales Every day of your life you are selling yourself, nothing happens until you're successful at doing that. + read more


Make Your Goals Stick

The amazing thing about the future is that if you wait, it will always come to you. No doubt you sat down and created your share of New Year's resolutions to conquer this year. The unfortunate truth, however, is that most people's resolutions fizzle and die before the first quarter is even over. It doesn't have to be this way - with a few key steps, you can be well on your way to goal-getting instead of just goal-setting and turn your resolutions into real solutions. + read more


Solving Time Management Problems

Managing personal workload and other individuals and teams effectively is not possible when the role and responsibilities of the manager are uncertain. The solution is to arrange for these to be discussed, clarified and agreed, and communicated to other managers and to operational employees. + read more


The Art of Leadership

The art of leadership is sought by virtually everyone. It is claimed by many, defined by a few, and exercised by the unheralded, depending on the source you use. In fact, we know a lot about leadership; it is the application of leadership that creates confusion for most. + read more


GOALS - The Power Line to Success and Achievement

Goals give you direction in all areas of your life Personal, Career, Spiritual, Material, and Contribution. Goals give you a purpose in life. A reason to get up early in the morning and go to bed late at night. Goals will put drive and passion into your life. Not having goals is similar to sailing a ship across the Atlantic without a map. Goals, like maps, help you get to your destination much faster than sailing though life aimlessly. + read more


Problem Solving and Corrective Action

This article introduces the problem-solving model as a technique for managing performance issues that are more controversial, or that are not effectively addressed through coaching or feedback. Issues such as tardiness, being out of uniform, continual poor performance, and others are best handled by a direct, objective approach. By following the Problem Solving Dialogue Model taught in this article, you can feel confident in addressing these thorny issues with employees. + read more


Social Validation Sells

For the most part, we are all conformists. We will do what the crowd does. We might not like to admit that, but it is true. Only 5 to 10 percent of the population engages in behavior contrary to the social norm. + read more


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