Category: Career Advice

Interview Questions to Ask Your Potential Employer

Interview Questions to Ask Your Potential Employer

It’s an interview rule to take time prior to an interview to research a company and come up with a few questions to ask the interviewers. Of course companies want to see how much effort you took into knowing the organization’s background, products and/or services, and overall structure. However, there is some information that is […]

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5 Areas to Focus on for a Healthy Fall

5 Areas to Focus on for a Healthy Fall

Fall is here and winter is coming. We can already feel the chill in the air in the northeast. Soon, we’ll be waking up before sunrise and getting home after sunset, making the days seem longer. That is why it is important to cultivate a healthy mind and body this time of year! Here are […]

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Creating a Team Cadence for Success

Creating a Team Cadence for Success

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” –Henry Ford Whether you are in sales, recruiting, engineering, or manufacturing, creating a great team environment begins with how you start, spend, and end your days. If you can harness a team’s collective work ethic, effort, and brain power, the results will come. Cadence […]

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time management

3 Ways to Master Your Time Management Skills

A few weeks ago, I attended training with Employers Association of the Northeast on Time Management and Time Mastery. Many of us struggle to manage our time throughout the work day, but we often don’t know how to solve that problem. Tasks get left uncompleted, unfavorable work gets pushed into the next day, we become […]

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Make eye contact smile and say hello

Make Eye Contact, Smile, and Say Hello

Have you ever walked to a meeting or the restroom and passed a coworker who literally avoided eye contact? This is very common in today’s world of looking at cell phones and being passive to human interaction. But it still confuses me why this is the new norm.

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