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How Filling Jobs Ruins Your Free Time

Posted in Talent Management

4 mn read “We don’t need to pay for a recruiter.” If you’re a hiring manager, you’ve either thought or said this. It’s the most common objection in the hiring process. In fact, there are obvious reasons for this thought… “We can do it ourselves at less cost,” “We can find someone through our network,” “We have our […]

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Why Compassion is the Best Leadership Trait

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4 mn read Throughout my professional journey, I was always fond of some of the great leaders of our time and what made them great leaders. Over time, I learned what set them apart wasn’t their ability to be “innovative” or their raw talent. Instead, it was the compassion they had for the people they worked for. Compassion […]

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Pursuing Your Passion

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2 mn read What do you do when you retire from a lifelong passion?  If you have more to give, you find another passion and pour yourself into it.  When you retire, they say that you have to consider “the what”, “the where”, and the “how much.” You then have to decide where each stands on priority.  Many […]

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What Commercial Real Estate Looks Like From The Inside

Posted in Real Estate

4 mn read What Commerical Real Estate looks like from the inside and do you want to become a part of this industry? Is it worth it? This article is dedicated to my younger self and every young person who was in my shoes 12 months ago. Backstory: I was born in the small town of Alice Springs, […]

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Triangle Selling Framework Part 1: Rapport

Posted in Entrepreneurship and Business

7 mn read The Triangle Selling Method is a great way for new business owners to build rapport and develop relationships with customers. Building rapport is crucial to moving among the 3R’s to close sales.

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Relying Solely on Organizational Feedback Limits Our Growth

Posted in Talent Management

2 mn read When it comes to measuring our value contribution, it can be easy to rely solely on feedback from our organization. Our managers, supervisors, HR, people operations, and leadership teams often task themselves with evaluating our performance and determining our worth to the company. But is relying on organizational feedback alone enough to understand our impact […]

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Leadership: Work-Life Balance

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3 mn read When we talk about leadership we often talk about all of the attributes of successful leaders in their work environment.  We don’t always talk about the foundation that supports that work environment or nurtures it allowing it to be successful.  In the context of the whole work environment, this foundation is essential to get right.  […]

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6 Strategies for Future-Proofing Your Workplace

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4 mn read Going to work today means something very different than it did before the pandemic. Employees are coming in (or logging in, if they work remotely) with new desires and expectations for what the experience of work should be like. Many companies are trying hard to accommodate these shifts to prevent workers from jumping ship. It’s […]

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