What the Research Says: Here Are the Top 3 Human Resources Priorities

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  According to recent research by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), human resources priorities have shifte in the last couple of years. Most notably, “Developing the next generation of corporate leaders” was previously rated as the most important challenge by 29% of respondents. Last year it jumped to 52%. What got the highest… Read more »

Why You Should Care about Boosting Your Professionalism

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Pro·fes·sion·al·ism. The term has several dictionary translations. Webster defines it as the conduct, aims or qualities that characterize or mark a profession or a professional person. Other references describe it as the competence or skill expected of a professional and the key to quality and efficiency. I’m sure that everyone one of us knows at… Read more »

Understanding Corporate Culture to Improve Professional Presence

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What defines the corporate culture of your organization? In this day and age of casual organizational structures where flextime and work at home time are widely accepted, establishing a well-defined culture is fundamental to business success. Corporate culture is an organization’s personality and understanding that structure will help you build professional credibility within the cultural… Read more »

Accountability and Your Team’s Effectiveness

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“Account-ability leads to response-ability.” ~Stephen Covey How do you foster accountability in the workplace? Some employees seem to embrace responsibility, show initiative, and own their projects, without any extra actions from you, their leader. It’s your job to show all of your team members that positive things happen when they embrace accountability in your workplace…. Read more »