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How to Adapt Your Leadership for Millennials

June 23, 2017
How to Adapt Your Leadership for Millennials

Tweet There may not be an industry that is plagued with more generational chasms and clashing than in professional sports. Specifically for the National Football League, every year new and eager Millennial rookies join teams with established cultures, playbooks, veteran players, and seasoned coaches who are separated by 1-2 generations. When Jim Tomsula was...
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Three Ways to Win Work-Life Balance

June 16, 2017
Three Ways to Win Work-Life Balance

Tweet If you struggle to achieve work-life balance, you’re not alone.  Alarmingly, 94% of professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week and nearly half, more than 65 hours per week in a Harvard Business School survey.  Whether at work or home, here are three secrets to winning work-life balance. Unplug.  The question is not,...
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National Volunteering Month—Four Reasons to Lend a Hand

April 7, 2017
National Volunteering Month—Four Reasons to Lend a Hand

Tweet The entire month of April is dedicated to honoring all of our communities’ volunteers and encouraging volunteerism throughout the month.  Whether your current employer has a volunteer program or not, here are four reasons to consider lending a hand.  Experience the ‘Happiness Effect.’  The conclusion of the London School of Economics study of...
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Fortune’s Top Workplace List—Four Dale Carnegie Principles at Work

March 23, 2017
Fortune’s Top Workplace List—Four Dale Carnegie Principles at Work

Tweet It’s common for people to contemplate what their dream job would be, but how about the workplace of their dreams?  Most likely benefits such as great health care; tuition reimbursement; the option to work a flexible schedule, and perks like gourmet coffee would top their lists.  Every year, Fortune evaluates more than 1,000...
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Most College Graduates Lack Soft Skills Required for Success

June 14, 2016
Most College Graduates Lack Soft Skills Required for Success

Tweet This month, tens of thousands of college graduation ceremonies for the 2015-16 academic year will take place across the state of Oregon.  In fact, an estimated 22,024 undergraduate degrees and 5,446 graduate degrees will be awarded at approximately 40 public and private institutions across the state according to an estimate by The Oregonian/OregonLive. ...
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