Monthly Archives: October 2014

How to Address Typical Problems of Office Printers

You need to print and ship a package of important documents TODAY. All the final edits are made, and the packaging materials are lined up. However … the printer isn’t holding up its end of the bargain and now there’s … Continue reading

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A Rarely Discussed Secret to Leadership Success

Two of the most common job interview questions are, “What are your strengths?” and “What are your weaknesses?” If you’ve ever sought advice on acing an interview, you may have been told to spin your weaknesses into positives. While this … Continue reading

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6 Critical Questions To Answer When Planning Your Next Project Meeting

25 million meetings take place in corporate America every day. Over 6.5 billion meetings per year! Is it any wonder that, 47% of employees cite too many meetings as a waste of productivity? Even more frightening is the fact that … Continue reading

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3 Ways Business Owners Can Identify their True Company Culture

There’s a lot of talk about what makes a great company culture these days. Zappos has their famous core family values. Google has their well-known flat heirarchy. While there are lessons to learn from these companies, before you try to … Continue reading

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