What Defines a Great Candidate

Sometimes, hiring managers make the mistake of saying, “I’ll know it when I see it,” when they’re looking for a new candidate. They let their gut dictate the decision, leading to poor hiring choices and challenges once the individual starts work. There are other important details you should consider when making a hiring choice. What… Read more »

Leadership Podcasts for Managers

Podcasts have been around for a long time and have evolved. What started as simple online blogs through the Apple platform has now become a phenomenon that rivals traditional radio media. There are a ton of podcasts great for managers to brush up their skills, learn new things, and stay engaged even as we adjust… Read more »

Three Words that Lose Respect for the Manager

Management is a tough position. You need to ensure that your focus is on the success of your company or department and to do so, you’ll have to manage your team in such a way to increase productivity and engagement. But many managers fall short when it comes to motivation. Why? Sometimes it comes down… Read more »

Why Internal Leaders Succeed More than Hiring External Leaders

Do you have a leadership position open in your company? If you’re thinking about interviewing and hiring a new management employee to take a role leading others, you may want to consider other options. Have you thought about promoting from within your team? There are quite a few benefits to this strategy. Let’s take a… Read more »

3 Tips for Overcoming Shyness in a Job Interview

When you’re shy, the idea of an interview can feel terrifying. But they are an essential part of the job search, so there are some things you can do to better prepare and overcome your shyness when talking with a potential employer. Before you go into a face-to-face interview, here are some of the things… Read more »