7 Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Working Mothers

Today we share Moira Forbes’ article about leadership, and the lessons successful women have learned from being working moms. 7 Leadership Lessons You Can Learn From Working Mothers “The One Thing” is a series where I ask today’s successful leaders to identify the single most important lesson they’ve learned on a topic. By Moira Forbes This…

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Want to Avoid Hiring People You Can’t Trust Later? Ask These 5 Powerful Interview Questions

The costs to an organization for hiring the wrong candidate can be staggering. Today we share Marcel Schwantes’ perspective on using specific behavioral interview questions to assess trustworthiness. Enjoy. Want to Avoid Hiring People You Can’t Trust Later? Ask These 5 Powerful Interview Questions By Marcel Schwantes This article can be found here.

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Takeaways From Richard Branson’s Keynote Presentation

Entrepreneur Richard Branson recently spoke at a digital marketing conference, the Adobe Summit. Today we share Jane Burnett’s summary of his insights. Richard Branson on flex policies, what Virgin looks for in an employee, and lessons learned. by Jane Burnett Entrepreneur Richard Branson gave a keynote presentation this week at the Adobe Summit, a digital marketing conference,…

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Taking Care of Yourself: At Work

If you’re in the habit of pampering yourself only on the weekends, you might want to change that. Today we share Laura Brothers’ perspective on self-care during the week, at work. Enjoy. This Self-Career-Care Checklist Will Make Your Work Week Even More Fulfilling By Laura Brothers Conventional wisdom says that self-care is a weekend and…

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Work and Think Like a White Belt

We are continuously striving to accomplish our career goals. But as we become supervisors, managers, or C-level executives, how does it help to return to our entry level or ‘white belt’ roots? Today we share Cash Nickerson’s perspective. Work and Think Like a White Belt By Cash Nickerson Everybody wants to know how long it…

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What Happened When I Avoided Saying “No Problem” for a Month

Communication expert Judith Humphrey listed ‘no problem’ as one phrase among six that can diminish your professional credibility. Today we share Suzan Bond’s experience with replacing it for something else. Enjoy. What Happened When I Avoided Saying “No Problem” for a Month Testing out less “problematic” alternatives to “you’re welcome” helped one writer better understand…

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5 Ways To Motivate Your Disengaged Employees

According to an ADP Research Institute study, employee engagement levels are at 82%. What about the remaining 18%? Today we share Stephanie Vozza’s perspective on what you can do to hold on to good — but disengaged — employees. 5 Ways To Motivate Your Disengaged Employees By Stephanie Vozza As a human resource manager, one…

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Small Talk 101: How to Make the Most Mundane Stories Sound More Interesting

Does your small talk consist of questions such as “How was your day?” or “What did you do this weekend?” Today we share Kat Boogaard’s article about turning mundane stories into something more interesting. Enjoy! Small Talk 101: How to Make the Most Mundane Stories Sound More Interesting By Kat Boogaard I’ll be the first…

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7 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude

As the US approaches the Thanksgiving holiday, we would like to take a moment to say thank you. PSC is celebrating 28 years in business, and we are truly grateful. Who would have realized showing gratitude is actually good for you? Today we share Amy Morin’s perspective. Enjoy!   7 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Gratitude…

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5 Reasons You Should Smile More as a Leader

Smiling has many benefits. Today we share Michael Hyatt’s article about smiling, and reasons why leaders should smile more often. Enjoy.   5 Reasons You Should Smile More as a Leader By Michael Hyatt Several years ago, when I was the CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers, I was presiding over our monthly business review meeting. One…

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