Tag Archives: leadership

6 Tell-Tale Signs Of A Horrible Boss

Surveys such as Gallup, Monkey Survey, and The Great Place to Work have reported that most employees terminate their employment because of having a horrible or bad boss, not their job.   You might be that employee who has decided to work with a toxic boss because you need the income to take care of your […]

Freedom and Hope: 10 Inspiring Quotes from Women

In light of all events that have transpired over the last few months, and the recent celebration of America’s independence most people have been doing some self-reflection. Many of us are now having some deeper and meaningful discussions with loved ones.  We are asking ourselves the question, ‘What does being free represent, and what’s stopping […]

Reading List: 6 Summer Books For The First-Time Manager

Now that summer is here, this is the ideal time to unwind, recharge, and beat the summer heat.  Curl up with a few good books to read at home, in the park, poolside, or anywhere.  The benefits of reading are much more than entertainment.  It can help you fight depression, increase your confidence, and make […]

Career Assessments: 5 Amazing Things You Need To Know

A career assessment is a tool used to help professionals or students to decide on their career options and development.  It is commonly used by hiring, managers, school counselors, and coaches to determine areas of weakness and strengths of job candidates.  Many career assessments focus on areas such as personality, interest, skills, aptitude, and behavior. There […]