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Interview like a Pro with the PSO Technique

Prep for your next interview using the PSO (Problem, Solution, Outcome) Technique. This sure fire method is easy to follow and has proven results. It works for CEOs, it can work for you!

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Ep8: Cure for the Common Resume

Is your resume sick and ineffective? Make sure you are building your resume to meet what hiring managers are looking for. Optimize language, format, and all other aspects of this ever-popular document.

Ep7: Own your Personal Brand

If you know your own behavior tendencies, you can become a more effective communicator. If you know your audiences behavioral tendencies, you can become a supreme communicator. The DISC behavioral system is a simple tool which can help you optimize how you write, speak, and interview with others with better results.

Cracking the Office Dress Code (Infographic)

You’ve landed your dream job, now what do you wear? In today’s constantly changing work environments, it’s crucial to know the guidelines for office attire.  “Business Casual” what does that even mean?...

Why Millennials Value Company Culture Above All Else

Millennials are certainly shaking up the world of human resources. For many years, companies have actively weeded out candidates who seem to lack the ability to stick with one company–job...

Employee Motivation: What Money Can’t Buy

It’s the end of the year and like in most companies it’s probably time to start calculating and reassessing your employee’s compensation. But can you actually use money to motivate...

Why the Nice Guy Gets Everyone to Help Him

I was speaking with a client the other day. She told me that in her current role, she works occasionally on projects with another manager, who is not her direct...