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The Art of Preparing Performance Evaluations
Supervisor 101 - a performance evaluation should never be a surprise. All supervisors are taught this lesson from day one, but how often does it ring true? So many supervisors find evaluations difficult (or scary) to write. Here are some tips to make it easier.
The Benefits of Mentoring
A workplace mentoring program is an effective tool for training in an organization. "Been there, done that" has its benefits.
The First Time Trainer – Book Review
Are you a new supervisor or a first-time trainer needing help on how to get started providing training to organizational employees?
The Importance of Truth in the Workplace
To lie or not to lie is a question that people ask themselves everyday in the workplace. The truth is - no matter how small the lie may seem, it can do a great deal of harm.
The Leadership Pill - A Book Review
Leadership in the form of a pill? What if life were just that easy? The Leadership Pill - The Missing Ingredient in Motivating People Today by Ken Blanchard and co-authored by Marc Muchnick creatively entertains us while teaching effective leadership and motivating skills.
The Power of E-mails
E-mails are a powerful communication tool in the workplace. Used correctly, it will enhance communication. Used incorrectly, you may suddenly find yourself out of a job. Read about how to use e-mail professionally and effectively in the workplace.
The Present - A Book Review
Remember how uncomplicated life seemed when you were younger? As we grow, work, life and relationships seem to get progressively harder. Let Spencer Johnson give you a “present” on how to rediscover that joy and reach success.
The Prioritizing Challenge
Being able to prioritize is an important skill to learn in any successful career. Read about how to sort your tasks into four distinct prioritization categories to improve your effectiveness on the job.
The Seven Characteristics of a Professional
Do you consider yourself a regular employee or a professional? Read the seven characteristics of a professional.
Understanding Career Savvy
How often do you stop and take a moment to analyze your sucesses and failures? Performing well is wonderful. Truth be told, however, we learn more from our failures. Learning from our mistakes in the workplace is an art. The art known as career savvy.
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