Tag Archives: employers

Do you know what is really going on?

How much money a year is spent on sending middle and even upper management to training or motivational seminars? These can be incredibly motivational, inspiring and invigorating. ——>The question is, how do we know that the inspiration is actually creating … Continue reading

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The rare commodity..

I could write about this for pages as many others have, however Mr. Bob Davids says it so incredibly well and with such quiet emphasis. Do enjoy- this was one of the inspiration factors that lead to my blogging. Take … Continue reading

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Why do we not wait for the right people?

Text book after business text book will tell managers to hire the right person, not just the first person. This happens often in customer service jobs and in my experience particularly in the restaurant industry. Why does this happen? It typically happens … Continue reading

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Fake it to make it or become it?

Fake it until you become it – Amy Cuddy We have all heard the phrase, “Fake it ’til you make it.” There is something somewhat inspiring about this concept and yet a little disconcerting at the same time. The downside is that … Continue reading

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Why develop these “skills for tomorrow” in your employee?

The big questions becomes: why should the employer in this middle class job industry care about instilling these qualities for the “next guy” ? 1- The employee who is invested in is far, far more likely to invest back into … Continue reading

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