The Hidden Treasure of Community Involvement  

The times are changing in the business world, and a company’s community involvement is no longer something that consumers and investors admire, it’s something they expect. What’s more, businesses that take an active role in the community by participating in events, sponsorships and other means can benefit in many ways. Cutting a check just doesn’t “cut [...]

Journey to Thought Leadership 

In our last blog, we talked about the core principles of leadership; Today, we’ll expand upon the leadership role and discuss the process of becoming a thought leader. What is a Thought Leader? For those not familiar with the term, a thought leader is someone who others declare an authority in a field, topic or industry. [...]

The 9 Core Principles of Leadership

“Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” - Dwight D Eisenhower Visionaries fill the top leadership roles. Two notable figures in American history whose vision had a universal impact are Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy. Their speeches, (“I’ve got [...]

By | 2019-02-15T04:21:09+00:00 February 15th, 2019|administrative, Client, Lingo, On-Demand solutions, policies, professional|0 Comments

Seeking a Mentor? Watch for 3 Core Traits  

Mentoring – a concept is as old as tribal society itself - is becoming increasingly more popular in companies. Whether based on diversity, gender, or profession, having an advisor on your side who is interested in your future can be helpful. What makes a good mentor? Although believing in you is essential, it’s not enough. [...]

4 Great Strategies for 4 Scary Interview Questions

Interview questions are devised to make you think on your feet. They are the hard-hitting queries meant to weed out those less suited for the job than you. So how can you glide through this elimination process? Prepare! Here are some tough questions and the strategic answers that may help you pass the first interview [...]

Mindfulness: The New Corporate Practice

Mindfulness: The New Corporate Practice As toxic stress of the capitalistic western world met the live-in-the-present nonjudgmental philosophy of the mystical eastern world, the mindfulness movement was born. What is mindfulness? Wikipedia defines mindfulness as “the psychological process of bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment.” It occurs through the practice of [...]

By | 2018-02-27T01:05:54+00:00 February 27th, 2018|Candidate, Client, Georgia, Lingo, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Uncategorized, Virginia|0 Comments

Employee Burnout

Do you feel like collapsing into bed at the end of the day? Are you wanting to pull out your hair or run away from the demands of your job? You may be suffering from job burnout. Jobs with consistently high work-related stress levels can lead to professional burnout. According to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, burnout [...]

Hiring Process vs. a Candidate’s Secret Sauce

Transparency has changed our society and economy.  When we want to know something, we merely type our question online and, presto, we receive thousands of replies. With explanations and visuals popping up in an instant, we scan/read until we get the answers that satisfy us. So why then, candidates wonder, is applying for a job [...]

By | 2018-01-22T21:35:42+00:00 January 22nd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

6 Changes to Inspire Amazing Growth in 2018

Be Intentional About Customer Service Whether you’re a B2B or consumer-focused business, the road to a loyal base of client/customers, who bring more client/customers is laid with trust. The competition is strong. While being the best is a worthy goal, people are looking for more than the ultimate best. They want warm, connected service – [...]