5 Coping Methods for Stress at Work

International Stress Awareness Week is November 4th through 8th. In honor of stress awareness, we’ll address a very serious and common problem: workplace stress. Almost everyone experiences stress in the workplace. There are a multitude of reasons employees might experience stress at work including a toxic company culture, a heavy workload or angry customers. Some Read More …

How to Be a More Responsible Leader

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels   Statistically, most leaders are not well prepared for assuming a leadership. Many leaders in organizations keep getting promoted until they reach a level of respective incompetence. This is known as “The Peter Principle”. So how does this happen? We interviewed Kathleen E.R. Murphy, Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, about why incompetent people end Read More …

Using Forgiveness To Get Ahead in Your Career

Forgiveness isn’t usually a strategy we consider when trying to get ahead in our careers. It’s particularly difficult to practice forgiveness in our current climate, where inequalities at work continue to surface and trend. But for management consultant Christie Lindor forgiveness has in fact been the primary force propelling her forward in her career. Her Read More …

How Employers Can Prevent High Turnover

Photo by mentatdgt from Pexels   According to a report by Gallup, 51% of American workers are actively looking for a different job and those who have already made a switch have collectively cost businesses $1 trillion. Aside from the cost of training new workers, there are several hidden costs that come with high turnover: a decline in team Read More …

Loving What You Do Is Crucial To Your Health

Photo by bruce mars from Pexels In Michelle Obama’s book, Becoming, Michelle shared a thought that I think hits home for a lot of women: “One day I made note of a New York Times article I read that reported widespread fatigue, stress and unhappiness among American lawyers – most especially females ones.” This is not just an Read More …

5 Mistakes Women Make That Keep Them Out of Leadership Roles

Photo by Rebrand Cities from Pexels Women are often under-represented in leadership positions. Unfortunately, there are actions women often take or don’t take that make them less likely to obtain greater authority in the workplace. Below, expert Vicki Brackett explains five mistakes women make that keep them out of leadership roles.   Not listening to Read More …

A Guide to Writing a Great Professional Email

As a website owner, I receive a lot of emails. Several factors go into which emails I ignore and which ones warrant a response. These factors are important when it comes to crafting an attention grabbing, professional email. Below, how to write a great professional email that will get a response. The Title Matters Your Read More …

6 Great Careers in Hospitality Management

A career in hospitality management can be a great option for those who love to serve others. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is a growing career with projected growth of six percent through 2026. If you value social interaction and creativity, hospitality management is right up your alley. Some great career options Read More …

How to Succeed While Working Remotely

Flexibility is becoming a greater priority for today’s employees. More companies are offering work-from-home options to attract the best workers. We spoke to Katelyn, a freelance marketer who works remotely, about how to find a flexible job and succeed while working from anywhere. Which jobs offer the best opportunities to work remotely? Six years ago Read More …