Maintaining Strong Company Culture in a Remote Workplace

Remote work has taken over business worldwide. We know that this shift impacts the way workers communicate with one another which has a big impact on company culture. How do we maintain company culture in a remote work environment? Remote work has been growing in popularity for years, so this isn’t a new challenge. You… Read more »

How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile in an Afternoon

LinkedIn

When you apply to a job, you know that you need a good resume to get your foot in the door. You’ve probably put a lot of time and care into writing a great resume that truly demonstrates your skills and experience. But, have you put that same attention into crafting an excellent virtual resume?… Read more »

It’s Time to be the CEO of Your Career

CEO of your career

By Alexis Stiebe Have you evaluated your career goals lately? How far are you along your career path? Career change is the new normal so be sure that the moves you make get you closer to your main goal.  It is up to you to be the CEO of your career. Some recent trends show… Read more »

Pinpointing Your Passion

Passion, Motivation, Career

By Alexis Stiebe We are all adjusting to today’s new normal and how it has changed our careers and our lives. Recent events may cause us to think about what’s truly important to us. Whatever your current employment situation is right now, you have the potential to change and grow in your career. What is… Read more »

Take Control of Your Career Path

career path

Do you have a clear career path in your current organization? Career pathing is a plan you make with your employer that charts your path and development within the organization. It should include milestones you need to reach, and skills you should learn, to reach the next stage in your career. These can be promotions… Read more »

Identifying Company Culture Before Accepting the Job Offer

company culture

Company culture is a very important factor to consider when deciding if a role will be the right fit for you. Culture fit can greatly affect your happiness and your level of satisfaction in your role. We spend most of our waking hours at work, so a good cultural fit should be high on your… Read more »

Give the Greatest Gift; Happiness

Gift of Happiness

By Kevin O’Connor, Training and Development Manager Aristotle was quoted, “Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” When our first child was born, there was a quick transition from the thought “wow, it costs a lot to raise a child” to “I will do anything… Read more »

How Partering with a Recruiter/Career Coach Can Help You Reach Your Career Goals

Recruiter

Over the past year we’ve talked about identifying your prime motivators and developing your value proposition to help you achieve your future ambitions. Those tools are an integral part of selling your story to a potential employer, but they are not the only tools in the box. Your resume, communication style and interview skills all play a big… Read more »

Who Guides You? The Coach or the Cheerleader?

Coach and Team

By Buck Medley We all need support and advice in our careers. We are, in general, part of teams for a bigger cause. These teams can do great things within organizations. The question is, are you being guided by the cheerleader or the football coach? Which of these teammates is helping you develop and expand… Read more »

Remote Solutions and Achieving Your Pie

remote worker eating pie

Working remotely has many advantages for employees and their employers including lower cost for both, added flexibility, reduced stress, and often improved satisfaction and quality of life. However, a few extra challenges come with managing your desk remotely including: Internet bandwidth and consistency Family interruptions due to easy access Greater dependency on self-motivation Speaking from… Read more »