Information Governance Insights: Trust But Verify

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Information Governance Insights: Trust But Verify

Posted on March 12th, by Robin Woolen in education/training. No Comments

Well, time marches on and your Information Governance program is humming along like the well-oiled machine that it is! You know this because things are getting filed, requests come in, orders go out and everyone’s questions have slowed to a bare trickle. A testament to your prowess at building and training the program! Right? Are … Read More »


The Right Bosses Inspire. The Wrong Bosses Depress.

Posted on March 12th, by Chris Edmonds in on the job. 1 Comment

Want a great team culture, where leaders and staff exceed performance expectations while living your organization’s desired values?

 
Put the right bosses in place. Then observe, coach, and praise their aligned efforts to make certain they continue to be the right bosses each day.

 

There is no “lever” that has greater impact on employee engagement and performance than … Read More »


Communication in Our Changing Political Landscape

Posted on March 12th, by Marc Plooster in education/training. No Comments

If you have not paid attention recently, there have been presidential primary elections and caucuses held across the country with more to come.  About half of the states have voted for one or both major parties at the time of this writing.  This election cycle, particularly among the Republicans candidates, has had moments of unruly, … Read More »


Changing Careers? 5 Reasons to Create Headspace

Posted on March 12th, by David Shindler in Career Advice. 2 comments

Creating headspace when changing jobs and careers is a healthy practice and a rewarding investment of your time. Why is this so, what does it look like and how do you do it?

Making the transition from one job or career to another can be tough emotionally. The speed and intensity of the rollercoaster of emotions … Read More »


No Man Rides Alone

Posted on March 9th, by David Allison in education/training. No Comments

As a U.S. Army veteran and retired Captain from the Roseville, California Police Department I have seen and experienced the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS).  I spent 30 years in my law enforcement career, and during that time saw many officers suffer from the effects of PTS.  Throughout my career I was exposed to many … Read More »


The History of Public Health Care and Lillian Wald

Posted on March 9th, by H.E. James in on the job. No Comments

March 10 celebrates the birth of an extraordinary woman: Lillian Wald.  Wald was born into a middle-class New York family in 1867 and became a nurse at the age of 24.  After taking medical courses, Wald’s journey to health care reformer began.

While working in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Wald was confronted with poverty and a … Read More »


Put Your Priorities in the Right Order

Posted on March 9th, by Liam Ryan in education/training. No Comments

People often ask me how my attitude to life has changed on both sides of my cancer ordeal. Sometimes, rather than embark on a detailed explanation, I just tell the following story.

U2 embarked on a World tour in 2005 with 3 big dates in their home city, Dublin. I had seen the band, many times, … Read More »


Is Your Cover Letter Sabotaging Your Job Search?

Posted on March 9th, by American Public University System in networking/interviewing. No Comments

By Marcia Powers
Contributor, Career Services

A cover letter, when done right, can help set you apart from your competition and solidify your chances of getting the interview. However, using a poorly written cover letter (or no cover letter at all) can sabotage your opportunity. Before submitting your next job application, check to make sure you haven’t … Read More »


Push Beyond the Comfort Zone

Posted on March 9th, by John Manning in education/training. No Comments

Part of leading yourself is learning when to challenge yourself at strategic moments in your professional life. When I look back at my career, several big professional growth spurts were directly attributable to when I pushed my comfort zone. These were times in which I had little or no experience with a particular area or … Read More »


8 Ways You Can Gain Respect in the Office

Posted on March 9th, by Hasib Ahmed in on the job. No Comments

Gaining respect from your colleagues is a difficult task but losing respect takes very little effort. This article will mention some of the ways through which it will be easy for you to gain respect and become a person that everyone looks forward to being with.

If you thought having a good repertoire with your … Read More »