Tagged: learning

managed-services

Get Involved, Take the First Step

How do you learn more about the area where you live? Get involved. How do you help support a cause you care about? Get involved. How do you make an impact? Get involved. We all know it…but how do you get started? And when? We’re all busy, right? How do we carve out the time […]

continue reading

women in leadership

Women in Leadership Conferences – A Great Way to Network

Last week I had a chance to enjoy a day at a Women’s Leadership Conference. With over 20 years in the workforce I’ve never been to a “Women’s” event and I wasn’t 100% sure what to expect. I’ve been to my fair share of other conferences, seminars, and symposiums, but I wasn’t sure what would […]

continue reading

The Importance of Continued Professional Training

Companies often invest a lot more time, money and energy in the professional development and training of new hires than established employees. According to Forbes “spending on corporate training grew by 15% (the highest growth rate in seven years) to over $70 billion in the U.S.” Yes, that’s right, billion with a “B.” It can […]

continue reading

Mentoring – Making a Difference, One Person at a Time

A mentor is defined as a trusted and wise adviser, and mentoring is the act of being an adviser to those less experienced in their career. Mentoring takes many forms and is the backbone of the Big Brother Big Sister program, nursing and teaching programs, as well as, partnering experienced staff with those still learning […]

continue reading

Professional Development: The Learning Should Never Stop

To Go…or Not to Go Back to School…That is the Question In the midst of new hire paperwork, offer letters and signatures here and there, it’s pretty safe to bet that you probably didn’t have a lot of time to glance at the benefits your company offers you when you were first hired. We become […]

continue reading

Loading...