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The key to successful goals is setting them up to be SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Bound. However, even if your goals are SMART, you still have to put in the effort to make them a reality. Check out these tips to help you stay on track with your 2021 SMART goals:    1. Create an… Read more »

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After an unprecedentedly challenging year, 2021 especially feels like a clean slate for many people. However, just because your employees’ motivation levels may be high, that alone isn’t sustainable for keeping them on track to accomplish their goals. Learn more about how to help your team achieve their 2021 goals:     Collaborate for Clarity    You can’t… Read more »

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Goal setting is crucial for preventing complacency, and the fresh start of a new year is the ideal time to reassess your long-term career objectives. The way you set your goals will significantly influence whether or not you succeed. Set realistic and achievable career goals in 2021 with these tips:    Get Specific  A major issue… Read more »

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Rejection may be an inevitable part of the job search process, but it doesn’t take away the initial sting you feel when an opportunity you were excited about is suddenly gone. How you recover after not landing a job is what will determine your success going forward. Learn more about what you should do if… Read more »

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2020 has been a particularly challenging year, so this holiday season, it’s more important than ever to keep your team’s morale up. Taking the time and effort to express your gratitude to your employees can help them realize their hard work truly matters and is valued. Check out these thoughtful ways to show your staff… Read more »

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Did you know the first week in December is National Handwashing Awareness Week? And, with COVID cases spiking around the country, keeping our hands clean is one of the best lines of defense. So, get your workplace involved and have everyone brush up on their handwashing knowledge. Why Handwashing Works When you wash your hands,… Read more »

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You don’t need to have a specific job title or level of responsibility to be a leader at work. In fact, if you want to reach that level eventually, it’s essential to sharpen your leadership skills while you’re still an individual contributor so that when the time comes, you’re top of mind for promotions. Check… Read more »

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Technology may be a major source of distraction, or it can greatly improve your productivity – it just depends on how you utilize it. Productivity apps can help you free up some mental space, get organized, and accomplish more. Maximize your productivity at work with these five apps:   1. Evernote   It’s hard to stay organized… Read more »

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The employers who are the most desirable to the most-in demand candidates generally have a strong company culture. In order to be a company that gets top talent excited about the prospect of working for, you must prioritize cultivating a positive work environment. Learn more about how to create a company culture that attracts top… Read more »

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If you are currently unemployed, you are far from alone – approximately 860,000 Americans are unemployed, according to September figures from the U.S. Department of Labor. Many unemployed workers may financially be in a better position with their unemployment payment than their paychecks; however, passing on a job because of this is short-sighted and could hurt… Read more »