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Are you a Giver or a Taker?

by Helen Whelan Have you ever met a “taker”? That’s the person who asks for a favor, help with a project, an introduction, you name it…but when you reach out to him or her, they’re too busy? They treat relationship … Continue reading

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Three Great #HR Twitter Tips

by Michelle Baker A friend of mine had encouraged me to hop on the Twitter bandwagon a few years back, and I just didn’t see the point. “I’m happy with Facebook,” I told her. At the time, however, I worked … Continue reading

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Successful Entrepreneurs: How to Find a Good Mentor

Are You Working In The Business or Working On The Business? If you are an entrepreneur and trying to go it alone, think again. You may have a great idea, an innovative product and a business strategy but before long … Continue reading

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How would you define “Soft Skills”?

It’s a great question. You’ve got to wonder how this name came about when “soft skills” are the hardest to teach and learn. They are the critical skills that will make you a good leader, a more effective communicator or better … Continue reading

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The Breakfast of Champions for Peak Performers

Know what this means:  (SQ) > R(C)? Alan Webber, the co-founder of Business Week said change happens when the cost of maintaining the status quo is greater than the risk of change. The key is in knowing when that tipping … Continue reading

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