The Servant Leader

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July 3, 2018
The Servant Leader

Tweet This week I was in a meeting with the CEO of a company and his purchasing manager. When responding to a query, the CEO stated, “I am not sure I understand.” The purchasing manager replied, “I understand and that’s why you have me.” This is not a recommended method of becoming a trusted...
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Three Phrases That Could Be Workplace Warnings

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July 2, 2018
Three Phrases That Could Be Workplace Warnings

Tweet We hear a lot about the best places to work, for example, Fortune’s 100 Best Places to Work For list. Employers to avoid, on the other hand, are usually uncovered based on former and current employee reviews on career sites or in our social circles. Perhaps you’ve had a feeling that something just isn’t right at...
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How to Overcome Three Greatest Challenges Facing College Grads

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June 26, 2018
How to Overcome Three Greatest Challenges Facing College Grads

Tweet What a difference a year can make.  A year ago, jobs were plentiful and recruiters swept America’s college campuses armed with entry-level positions for nearly everyone.  Today, the economic landscape is much different. Here are three challenges new graduates can anticipate, and more importantly, how to persevere. 1. Major lifestyle adjustments. The typical ‘go to...
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Why and How to Exit a Job on Terrific Terms

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June 19, 2018

Tweet Whether the decision to leave your job is difficult or a dream come true, it’s critical that you...
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Three Easy Ways to Boost Your Self-Confidence

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June 12, 2018

Tweet Have you ever witnessed someone’s stellar self-confidence level and wished you could be just as confident? Many people...
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Soft Skills for Success Series — #3 Impacts on Leadership

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June 5, 2018

Tweet Today’s business leaders concur that soft skills are critical to fostering employee retention and creating a meaningful workplace...
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The Servant Leader

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June 1, 2018

Tweet “Everyone is going to draw lines for you, especially when they think you should have achieved something or...
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