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June 12, 2015

3 Strategies for Defeating “Broken Office Syndrome”

By: Dana Manciagli When it comes to effective office environments, following a strict chain of command doesn’t always lead to a more efficient staff. Typically, each employee in the chain of command is responsible for a particular area of the business and efficiency reigns. However, problems most often arise when…
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December 17, 2014

4 Types of Employee Engagement Communication

It's been said -- here and elsewhere -- again and again: employee engagement is vital.  And there are as many ways to improve engagement as there are reasons to do so.  A Gallup poll from earlier this year outlines a few key strategies, including staffing quality managers, holding them accountable…
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October 30, 2014

Hallmarks of Effective Leadership

We think of leaders so often as being the big wigs, the men and women at the helm of an organization.  But leaders don't always hold a management or executive role; they can just as easily be among subordinates and even entry-level workers.  Knowing some common qualities of an effective…
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August 20, 2014

The Digital Divide in Corporate America

Today we're pleased to have Zackarie Lemelle back to discuss the seeming disconnect between being "connected" digitally and being truly "connected" to your network, the people right in front of you every day.  Zack is a CPC, CBC and Managing Partner of Leadership Engagement Services at The Institute for Professional Excellence in…
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July 1, 2014

What Not to Say to Candidates

When you’ve got all the hiring power, it can be easy to forget that the candidate’s experience throughout the hiring process is just as important as the hiring manager’s impression of the him.  Of course, negative candidate experiences can come back to bite a company in poor reviews online, all…
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June 11, 2014

Are You Selling Yourself Short? 4 Ways to Get Ahead

Self-promotion is in your best interest.  Today, Dana Manciagli, veteran career coach, global career expert, highly sought-after speaker and author of The Business Journals' Career Mojo column offers guidance on how to make sure you're doing it right! — Maurice Gilbert In a country brimming with self-confidence, it turns out that Americans…
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May 29, 2014

What Makes a Great Boss?

If you've had the good fortune to serve under a phenomenal leader, I'll bet you knew it at the time.  And yet, exactly what it was about that person that made them such a joy to work for them, that x-factor, probably wasn't as clear.  Effective managers are necessarily great…
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May 19, 2014

Why Are Cover Letters So Hard to Write?

Taunee Besson, career transitions expert and President and Principal Consultant at Dallas-based Career Dimensions, is back today to provide guidance on how to write cover letters that wow hiring authorities.  Armed with the tools she offers below, you can dread writing cover letters no longer! — Maurice Gilbert Cover letters. Along…
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May 15, 2014

The 7 C’s of Effective Communication

Whatever your role, strong communication skills would serve you well.  If you didn't have the good fortune to come by this talent naturally, then you'll need to work at it.  Consider these tips to speak more persuasively and professionally in all business interactions. Via: The Entrepreneur Blog Infographic courtesy of…
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April 28, 2014

Match Your Boss’s Communication Style

We welcome back regular contributor Taunee Besson, expert on career transitions and President and Principal Consultant at Dallas-based Career Dimensions.  Today Taunee offers insight into how to improve communication at work. — Maurice Gilbert Q: I have difficulty communicating with my manager. When I have a new idea, he throws cold…
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