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Sadly, We Remember the Bad Stuff Teachers Said and Did When We Were Young

It is really remarkable. As a former college president, I was repeatedly reminded that we can do 99 things right for and with a student but what they focus on and remember and talk about while in school and as alums is often that one bad encounter, that one bad professor, that one bad incident. And, it is not easy to cut through that bad memory to revive the good memories. It is as if the bad incident/memory literally takes over our brain space and crowds out good memories.

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The Alarming Impact of Poor HR Policies on Companies and Employees

As a leader, manager or supervisor of an organisation, you are responsible to create an environment at the workplace that enables people to thrive. What people underestimate is that Human Resource (HR) policy plays a vital role in the success of any business! The requirements on HR departments to formulate policies that can enable businesses to operate smoothly have never been higher.

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Understanding Technology As An Amenity

Technology as an amenity is a term that continues to receive more attention in the multifamily housing industry. According to HousingWire there is a 95 percent occupancy rate in apartments in the US. This means that property owners and management companies are facing some fierce competition for securing and retaining residents. For decades this meant having great amenities on your properties like fitness rooms, covered parking, swimming pools, game rooms, and more.

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How to Stay Motivated

So what do you do when you’re just not feeling motivated by your job anymore? When I was younger (and dumber) I used to quit jobs the second I felt like either the learning stopped or anytime I didn’t feel motivated by the role, my surroundings, my bosses, etc. In retrospect, I left some pretty cool jobs under the assumption that there was nothing left for me there. What I’ve found is that by taking a step back, taking a deep breath, and looking at your role from a different set of eyes will actually reveal opportunities within and outside your role that may be the perfect new challenge to pursue.

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Sometimes Diploma Trumps Degree

So, something that continues to chap my hide is the assumption that Executive Assistants without college degrees are in some way inferior or worse that those who do. What a hot, steaming, pile of crap right in the middle of a Boardroom table.

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5 Subtle Ways to Appear More Powerful at Work

Whether you like it or not, power playing is quite a thing in the current workplace scenario. Working professionals are becoming smart enough to understand that the professional arena is as much about self-assurance and smart work as it’s about hard work and sincerity.