By: Megan Jones It always feels great when you are succeed in the workplace. Whether it is a successful launch, project, or completing an important internal task, it is an accomplishment you should feel proud of. On a small scale, managers should recognize their...

By: Megan Jones As the age old saying goes, people don’t leave jobs, they leave bosses. An effective manager will have a variety of skills to best aid their direct reports. A good manager will be successful in delegating work, meeting deadlines,...

By: Megan Jones Halloween is here, and it’s scary how fast the holiday season has come! Maybe it’s just me but this year has flown by, and it is time to get into the holiday spirit. Today let’s start with Halloween! Many organizations...

By: Megan Jones Communication, is one of the most important skills to master. From written, mediated, to verbal communication, having your recipient(s) clearly understand your message is vital. As working individuals, we communicate almost every second of every day. From nonverbal body language,...

By: Megan Jones Happy World Gratitude Day! Last week's article focused on providing gifts to show your gratitude to your colleagues and managers. But today, let’s focus on why gratitude is important and how easy it can be to give and receive...

By: Megan Jones World Gratitude Day is next week, September 21st and it’s the perfect time to celebrate your employees and managers! As a manager this is a great time to provide positive feedback to your employees or provide a token of gratitude....

By: Megan Jones It can be intimidating to talk to your boss, especially when you are new to a position and haven’t built up a repour. Your boss should be a mentor, guide, and go-to resource. However, it can take time to build your relationship to...

By: Megan Jones In one lifetime or the next you are most likely going to interact with a coworker that isn’t your perfect match. On one hand, having a diverse population among co-workers is a wonderful thing! You get different perspectives and it...

By: Megan Jones “Do you prefer working alone or in groups”, is a common interview question to seek insight as to how an individual will work in a team because teams are essential in the work place. Additionally, it is essential that when building...