Getting motivated is tough. Staying motivated is even harder. It is easy to get off track with the pressures of everyday life and all of the demands. However there are things that can help you stay on course and not only reach, but exceed your goals.
A year ago I was sitting in a similar situation as a good portion of the current class of college graduates -unemployed. Looking for a new job can be overwhelming. There are so many factors that need to be considered before throwing your resume in front of any company that has an open position. Looking
I am a Gen X-er, through and through. Both my parents worked so I became self-dependent at an early age. I also got into a boatload of trouble by being unsupervised, but I learned from those mistakes. Thankfully, I lived through them too!
The Employer - Employee relationship continues to evolve, impacting culture and changing how we execute recruitment, retention, people development, and performance management.
In part 2 of this 4 part series I will focus on self-management and its role in emotional intelligence. To recap: Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to recognize not only your emotions but the emotions of those around you while being able to adjust your emotions and influence those of others.
The temperatures are rising, the trees and flowers are starting to bloom, and the rain… the rain has definitely been here. It must be spring! With spring comes the ever popular “spring cleaning”. After cleaning your house and your office, it may be a good idea to think about cleaning up your social media sites,
We’ve all heard the age old saying that the only constant in life is change, so even if you’re not ready for it, change is inevitable. We talk with people on a daily basis about their career plans. We hear the word ‘change’ a lot. Sometimes it’s in the context of “I’m ready to make
Culture continues to be a buzz word in corporate America. Employer brand, talent acquisition and retention are on the top of most leaders' minds. Why is culture so hard? Let's face it, culture is an evolution and it's almost impossible to have one culture within small, medium, and large organizations, regardless of industry.
Twenty five percent. That is how much of this year has come and gone. Time is a tricky thing. There’s never enough of it, yet we let it slip out of our fingers every single day. Aaron Davis is a motivational speaker, and if you haven’t heard him speak previously, please reach out to him
The first quarter of 2017 is nearly behind us and it's been an interesting start to the year. There are many factors contributing to these interesting times including the political environment with a new president and leadership changes in the House and Senate and locally the race for Omaha mayor.