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P2P 101: Why Training Peer-to-Peer Works Better

Is the money your company spends on training paying off? Corporate training courses deliver an intense amount of information in a short period of time — most of which is promptly forgotten. How can learning be reinforced and retained? The answer may be peer-to-peer training. What is P2P? Peer-to-peer, or P2P, happens when people train […]
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Don’t Let the Small Business Stigma Fool You!

The economic success of America isn’t built on Fortune 500 companies; it’s built on the foundation of nearly 30 million small businesses. Don’t be fooled into thinking your company’s worth is insignificant! Small businesses make up 99.9 percent of all businesses in the United States and employ nearly half of all U.S. workers. While it […]
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Spring Forward in Your Career

Spring Forward in Your Career As the clocks “spring forward” this month, we welcome extended daylight hours and new life springing forth from the earth. It’s a fitting time to consider in  creasing the vibrancy of your career. In honor of Spring, we offer 10 tips to help you “spring forward” at work. #1 Refresh Your […]
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LOVE Your Job!

Learn to LOVE Your Job Again! As we approach Valentine’s Day, love is in the air… or maybe not when it comes to your relationship with your job. Is going to work each morning a pleasure, or has it become drudgery? If you’ve lost your enthusiasm, don’t despair. There are ways to reignite those sparks […]
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New Year, New Styles for Annual Reviews

Improving Performance Management What evokes dread in bosses and employees alike? The annual performance review. What does “meets expectations” or “3” on a five-point scale really mean? And does such a label inspire an employee to perform at a higher level? It’s 2018, and the workplace is complex. Job descriptions evolve, and so do employees’ […]
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Are You a Great Leader?

How Emotional Intelligence Impacts Leadership What makes a great leader? Everyone will answer this question differently, but we can find a common thread. A boss who’s unflappably calm under pressure. A manager who is trustworthy and easy to talk to. An executive who is adaptable to the changing business environment and sensitive to employees’ needs. […]
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