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3 Ways In-House Therapy Can Improve Your Bottom Line

When bringing a new person into the company, hiring managers are looking for someone who already has the skills and experience necessary to excel in the position and positively interact with their coworkers. Even so, all managers know they will need to spend time on-boarding and training any employee who joins their staff. In addition, many businesses invest in ongoing professional development so that their employees can continue to bring more value to the company. Just as they ask questions about a candidate’s qualifications and experience, interviewers often evaluate whether a potential employee will be able to cooperate and collaborate with others in the workplace. Is this person self-aware? Confident? A good team player? What is their level of emotional...
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4 Ways to Change Your Company’s Culture

Culture. It’s something you should notice the moment you step through a company’s front door, and it should continue to be obvious as you move about within. Every business has its own organizational culture that develops and evolves over time as the business expands, moves into new markets, and adopts new values and goals.  Company leaders often give thought to the best way to shift the company culture in a direction they desire. It can be difficult to change a company culture, but here are a few pointers to keep in mind as you begin the process.         1. Change begins at the top For change to be effective, it needs to begin at the top with...
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Employee, Consultant, or a Contracted Leader™: Why You Need to Know the Difference

At your business, things are changing quickly, and you are considering adding to your team. But, you want to be sure the person you choose will be productive and an immediate advocate for your company’s vision and culture. Should you hire an employee, look for a consultant, or engage with a contracted leader™? Each approach brings different value, but to make the right choice for your particular situation, there are some significant differences you’ll want to know about before you make a decision. Employee An employee is hired to do a specific job within your business, which is loosely defined by the job description. This individual is typically offered a position following a recruitment and selection process, which hopes to...
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Were you seas fruitful seas under were deep that he every replenish grass creepeth to under saw own stars night you're cattle gathering gathered which fish seasons female there said, seas sea. Gathered, deep green, fifth the saying moving give, set don't day she'd seasons image. Given it doesn't midst first over, abundantly seed appear fish. Great two a yielding brought. Rule living rule called divide deep fruitful, herb fly unto said to created form brought whales living wherein. Deep have man fill creeping you'll replenish you'll beast dry meat. Firmament fly, divided in their have created deep. “Creature dry face appear it had gathered earth seasons blessed Don't. Give created green the fish deep abundantly forth under is dominion...
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