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Women and Mental Health in the Workplace

Written by: Veronica "Roni" Jenkins, Consultant The subject of mental health least talked about in certain cultures, but it is also least talked about in the workplace. With mental health, particularly depression, being diagnosed at higher rates, and seen more in...

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3 Changes Impacting the Emotional Landscape of the Workplace

Written by: Sabrina Brawner, Consultant In the world of business, employees are often expected to come into work, leave their emotional and personal life at the door, and produce. Traditionally, professionalism in corporate culture has meant a cool, and stoic...

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10 Common Resume Writing Mistakes

Misspelled Words Reads like a job description Too many obvious keywords Skills listed, but not mentioned in any job No clear objective or field of interest Too Long or too short No CPR (Challenge-Process-Result) Model Incorrect contact information Adding references...

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How Would You Like to be Recognized?

Leadership’s Got Everything to Do With It: Women’s Guide to the Sustainable Leader and Organization states one of the best ways to empower and motivate your staff is to recognize them; show them that you appreciate their work and you view them as a significant part of...

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Women Must be Confident and Comfortable with Success

As simple as it may sound, being confident is one of the biggest ways a woman can position herself for leadership and important decision making roles within an organization. Being confident entails accepting success and not apologizing for it. When being recognized...

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4 Keys to Nailing Your Interview

The first step in becoming an effective leader within an organization is  getting the job by nailing the interview. Here are four tips to take your interviewing skills to the next level. 1. Have a “Winning” Elevator Pitch– An elevator pitch is a 30 or 60 second...

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Need for Leadership Development for Job Seekers

With the job market being so competitive, it is important job seekers put themselves in positions to stand out from others. They must not only have a stellar resume, nail an interview and have great networking skills; they must also possess intangible skills-skills...

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To Standition or not!

Ladies ever felt you were burnt out from your current position and just wanted to work for yourself?  You know you have a brilliant idea for a business or you may even be working part-time for yourself, but you want to make it full-time.  When is the right time to...

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