From the desk of: Leadership Lesson from our CEO | Goal Setting

Goal Setting Equals Happiness? Much has been written about people wanting more from their job (goal setting and achievement). Happiness equates to (not surprisingly) bonuses, raises, promotions and recognition. These goals are universal, and young workers put pressure on themselves to achieve them. But without a clear understanding of what your organization is expecting of […]

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From the Desk of: Leadership Lesson from our CEO | Proactive Strategies

Proactive Strategies: “The future is what you make it,” Marty McFly, Back To The Future. Although Marty was a fictional character, his words weren’t the result of baseless optimism. Optimism has actually very little to do with success. What does? Having a proactive strategy. A proactive strategy is about creating or controlling a situation by […]

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From the Desk of: Leadership Lessons from our CEO |Planning Your Career

Planning Your Career: Who’s Driving the Bus? Career building for many young employees can feel like an abstract concept. You’ll often hear the interview question “where do you see yourself in five years?” You might think the correct answer is supposed to be something that sounds good, like, “at this amazing company, working hard!” You […]

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From the Desk of: Leadership Lessons from our CEO | Learning Self- Leadership

Have you learned self-leadership? Psychologists often say that self-awareness first begins when we’re toddlers. Seeing ourselves in the mirror, we eventually move from pointing at our reflection to using those fingers to examine our own features. Self-confidence also begins as early as our first steps. For some, it comes naturally. For others it’s a struggle, […]

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From the Desk Of: A Leadership Series from our CEO Brad Eller | What Do You Want Me to Do?

What do you want me to do? “Ask and you shall receive.” – Anonymous Recently, I asked an associate to help me plan an event that would take place later in the day. It was a relatively simple task, so the two of us quickly came to an understanding of the steps needed to reach […]

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