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Signs You Are a Micromanager

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Nobody wants to be “that” parent, or “that” spouse. Along the same lines, no manager wants to be “that” boss, the kind that hovers over every decision and halts progress by participating in every tiny, routine matter. No one wants to see themselves as a micromanager. But what if you are?  While few bosses self-identify […]

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How To Answer Interview Questions About Challenges You’ve Faced At Work

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  To a certain degree, the gap between an adequate worker and a go-to employee is defined by how well you overcome challenges. That’s why potential employers make it a priority to learn about your response to obstacles. Your best chance to highlight this skill comes during the interview process. You’ll dramatically improve your chances of landing a job by perfecting your answer to questions […]

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How Can You Bring a Positive Attitude to Your Team

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  Every workplace has to maintain a professional, productive atmosphere. However, that doesn’t mean that working should be dour or devoid of energy. In fact, a positive attitude can lead to significantly better outcomes for your team. By instilling an upbeat spirit to the office, you can boost productivity and accelerate innovation.  Seem like the kind of dreamy talk […]

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Will the Workforce Be Changed Forever After COVID-19?

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In the wake of tragedy, the world often seems permanently altered. However, not all of these post-crisis adjustments end up lasting. As the COVID-19 outbreak overwhelms the economy, the workforce might seem changed forever. But how much of the transformation will stick?  Each generation has an event that defines how they perceive the world. From Pearl Harbor to the Kennedy Assassination to 9/11, […]

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