Leadership 101: Lesson 5 The Importance of Managing Yourself Before you assumed your role as a leader, did you think about your job first and foremost as leading/managing others? Turns out the person you’re most responsible for managing every day is yourself! Managing...

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Leadership 101 – Lesson 4: Have a Plan

Leadership 101 – Lesson 4: Have a Plan

Leadership 101 - Lesson 4: Have a Plan What’s your plan?  How many times have you been asked that question and had no idea what in the world people were asking you?  You come to work every day, you get a ton of “work” done, but suddenly, as a leader, you are expected...

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Working Mothers and the Double-Edged Sword of Remote Work

Working Mothers and the Double-Edged Sword of Remote Work

Working Mothers and the Double-Edged Sword of Remote Work There is no doubt that the pandemic fast-tracked acceptance of the remote work model. Many companies who had been reluctant to embrace remote work found themselves with no other option – and then they were...

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Leadership 101 – Lesson 3: Know the Business You Are In

Leadership 101 – Lesson 3: Know the Business You Are In

Leadership 101: Lesson 3 - Know the Business You Are In Many people focus on their job and their regular tasks.  You know where you work and the name of the company that deposits your paycheck, but do you understand who you work for and understand the business that...

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The COVID-19 Vaccine and What Employers Should Do

The COVID-19 Vaccine and What Employers Should Do

The COVID-19 Vaccine and What Employers Should Do As vaccinations ramp up around the country, many employers are grappling with the question of whether or not to grant employees paid time off to get their COVID vaccine. To quote a certain famous slogan, “Just do it.”...

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Leadership 101: Lesson 1 – Know the Basics

Leadership 101: Lesson 1 – Know the Basics

Leadership 101: Lesson 1  Know the Basics Management is not for the weak of heart.  Have you noticed that we promote people into management or leadership roles because they did their jobs fantastically, which often have little to do with the skills required to be an...

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