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Grieving? Focus on the Memories, Not the Loss

Grief: To be sorrowful, distressed, to mourn. In the last several months, I have done all of these. I have been filled with sorrow from loss, highly distressed from dealing with sadness on top of the everyday realities of running … Continue reading

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Pre-employment Screening: Taking a Proactive Approach to Assessments

This week will conclude the series on assessments. We must take a close look at ourselves and ask, “To what extent are we properly aligned with your company’s values?”  This will offer clarity about our vision and our motivation. Often … Continue reading

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Fear Is Not the Answer: Learn the Six Pillars to Growing a Productive Staff!

The following is a guest column by Pam Shultz-Kovalewski, Owner of The Frugal Decorator… My background in corporate management was an eye opener. I quickly learned that “Trusting your staff and watching them grow” is a dynamic approach to business … Continue reading

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