Career Growth

The workplace is a dynamic place. Unfortunately, any time multiple human beings get together, there is potential for conflict.

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Proactivity, as defined by organizational behavior, is “anticipatory, change-oriented, and self-initiated behavior in situations, rather than just reacting." When a person is proactive, they are acting in advance of a future event. Proactive employees typically don't need to be asked to do something, and will usually require less-detailed instructions.

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YES, you CAN land a great job, even during an economic crisis!

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I've been thinking a lot about athletes and sports recently.

Part of this is because I've had the opportunity to get to know Chris Gronkowski and to learn his amazing story about how he made the transition from pro football player to inventor and CEO of Ice Shaker.

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Are you ready to take back your career and land a job you love? Let us help you get on the right track, in just ONE day...

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"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." —Dalai Lama

Studies have shown that people who derive meaning from their profession or feel commitment towards their organization's mission are people who are much more resilient and satisfied in their economic environment. Average career professionals will work approximately 90,000 hours in their lifetime, so finding happiness and satisfaction is critical.

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One of the great opportunities of leadership is the delegation of tasks to others, which not only frees up your time to be more strategic but also develops those employees to whom you've delegated. Although it is a great opportunity for leaders, it is also a great challenge.

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