Monthly Archives: October 2011

7 Habits of Successful Job Hunting

It’s safe to say there is a lot of competition out there for work. Some of you are considering a career move, a change in jobs, or perhaps you are looking for your first job ever. So what are you … Continue reading

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A Few Words About Trust

Trust and building relationships have been crucial to my success as a manager and HR practitioner for 15 years. I have worked with internal customers, external customers and teams of people numbering from two to two hundred in multiple industries. One … Continue reading

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5 Easy Steps to Effective Feedback

Feedback is essential in every organization. This is something we hear all the time, we read it in all the books and newspapers, but yet, we still have so many managers who need to hear it again. Feedback is essential … Continue reading

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Making a Personal Development Plan, Personal

Recently I had an invigorating conversation with someone about “Personal Development Plans” after which I found myself curious enough to look into a few things regarding how some managers implement them. Interestingly enough, I found the majority of the people … Continue reading

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