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4 Characteristics Every Professional Should Have

You’re at a party and someone walks up to you. “Hi, I’m Dan and I work in marketing.” Immediately you have a pre-judgment about what this person should. What skills they should possess, how they should act and even what

Posted in Professional Development

5 Webinars You Should Be Taking

In today’s go-go society of new, now, next, it is vital for employees to stay up-to-date on things we often take for granted. For example, we all use email as if it were an extra limb. But are you using

Posted in Professional Development, Seminars, Conferences & Webinars

Avoid These Five Unproductive Work Behaviors

Burping out loud in public. Illegally parking in the handicap spot. Cutting line at the post office. There are certain things you just don’t do in life. Besides being inappropriate, they can make your life much more difficult and create

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3 Accounting Tips for the Non-Accountant

For non-accountants, finances can be a scary and confusing subject. Ledgers and dividends and spreadsheets… oh my! However, just because you weren’t an accounting major doesn’t mean you don’t dabble in the subject. In today’s do-everything work environment, accounting for

Posted in Industry Certifications & CEU's, Professional Development

3 Tips to Building an “A” Team

The “A” team is what every manager strives for: a group of highly trained members who work together towards one common goal. While this might sound more like a 1970’s TV show than a reality, it can happen. Here are

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CPR: One Class Can Save a Life

Life insurance. Car insurance. Health insurance. As kids, we are taught “stop, drop and roll”, “stranger danger” and even what to do during an earthquake. We are a “preper” society. So why is it that over 70 percent** of Americans

Posted in Healthcare, Professional Development

3 Certifications to A More Qualified HR Professional

In a world where a bachelor’s degree is the status quo, professional certification has become the qualifier. In no career is this more true than the field of Human Resources, where a bachelor’s degree is considered entry-level. But don’t let

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