Gini Dietrich

Why Seemingly Smart People Have Fear of Failure

By: Gini Dietrich | February 3, 2016 | 
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Really good students don't learn an important skill early in life: Failure. Classwork comes easily to them so they excel and they're told how smart they are. And then they enter the workforce and are surrounded by other really good students and become paralyzed. There is a reason for this...and a cure... Read More
Stephen Pritchard

Extending Employer Branding Beyond the Workforce

By: Stephen Pritchard | February 1, 2016 | 
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The most successful cases of employer branding don’t just attract the brightest and best candidates, they use the opportunity to reinforce the core identity of the brand in a way that makes it more attractive to consumers. Here Stephen Pritchard takes a look at three cost-effective ways businesses can extend employer branding beyond the workforce... Read More
Corina Manea

Growth Mindset Has Nothing to Do with IQ and Everything to Do With Attitude

By: Corina Manea | January 21, 2016 | 
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We have so many examples of people who simply refused to give up despite failure after failure. They say attitude is everything, and if you want to succeed you need a growth mindset. Learn what this means and how you can apply it for your own success... Read More
Jason Popp

Three Ways the UFI Congress Will Shape Business

By: Jason Popp | January 14, 2016 | 
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Jason Popp shares insights from the UFI Congress and how they will shape his business strategies in 2016. Learn more here... Read More
Nicole Rodrigues

Leading Leaders: PR Pros Need Sharpened Leadership Skills

By: Nicole Rodrigues | January 12, 2016 | 
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It's time for PR pros to become leading leaders. Nicole Rodrigues shares five ways PR pros can sharpen their leadership skills. ... Read More
Gini Dietrich

Five Tips to Effectively Delegate in the New Year

By: Gini Dietrich | January 7, 2016 | 
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If you need to learn how to effectively delegate, now is the time to do it. Here are five tips to ensure your success and allow your business to grow... Read More
Corina Manea

How Do You Know You Work for the Right Leader?

By: Corina Manea | January 6, 2016 | 
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When you work for the right leader, it affects your daily job and your future career. Corina Manea explains why you must feel motivated to give your best... Read More
Darryl Robinson-Keys

Six Life Lessons from Continual Learning

By: Darryl Robinson-Keys | January 5, 2016 | 
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Continual learning is a social opportunity to connect with those who want to impart their knowledge and passion with you. Darryl Robinson-Keys has more... Read More
Corina Manea

How to Get Back on Track After the Holiday Season

By: Corina Manea | December 30, 2015 | 
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It’s so hard to get back on track at work after the holiday season, but Corina Manea has four ways to help you make the transition smooth... Read More
Laura Dambrosio

Five Reasons to Stop Planning and Start Your Next Big Project

By: Laura Dambrosio | December 2, 2015 | 
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Perfection is the enemy of progress. Here Laura Dambrosio gives you five reasons to stop planning already and get your next project started and finished... Read More