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How to Make Effective Decisions
Jun 1st, 2015
How to Make Effective Decisions By Robert Boroff As the hiring manager of your company, have you ever been on the edge about whether or not to hire a potential new employee? How do you make the right decision? When making crucial decisions it is important to look at the…
Creating a Learning Environment in the Office
Feb 23rd, 2015
Creating a Learning Environment in the Office By Robert Boroff Although the working day may already be packed with conference calls, emails, meetings, overtime, training, and much more, many employees may feel there is no time left in the day to participate in learning activities. Employees who are growing their…
Essential Personal Skills
Feb 18th, 2015
Essential Personal Skills By Robert Boroff Employers are looking for 15 essential personal skills when evaluating candidates, according to the non-profit research organization ACT. 1. Carefulness: Do you have a tendency to think and plan carefully before acting? This helps with reducing the chance for costly errors, as well as keeping…
Creating a Learning Environment in the Office
Dec 3rd, 2014
Creating a Learning Environment in the Office By Robert Boroff Although the working day may already be packed with conference calls, emails, meetings, overtime, training, and much more, many employees may feel there is no time left in the day to participate in learning activities. Employees who are growing their…
Time Management and Goal Setting
Oct 21st, 2014
Time Management and Goal Setting By Robert Boroff Many times it seems like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. No matter how productive we are and no matter how much free time we wish we had, the clock is always ticking. Think back to what you were doing…
Teach Ethics From the Top Down
Oct 15th, 2014
Teach Ethics from The Top Down By Robert Boroff Unethical corporate behavior is linked to pressure from upper management to meet unrealistic business objectives and deadlines, according to an American Management Association and Human Resource Institute survey. Working in an environment with cynicism or diminished morale, improper training and a…
Managing the Meeting
Oct 14th, 2014
Managing The Meeting By Robert Boroff How much time do you spend (waste) in unproductive meetings each week? Put a stop to the black hole of meetings by establishing a clear set of guidelines for yourself, other managers, and employees about how a productive meeting should be run.   Phil…
Managing your Job Search: The Importance of Your Cover Letter
Jun 19th, 2014
Managing your Job Search: The Importance of Your Cover Letter  By Robert Boroff While most people spend many hours of their lives working hard on creating the perfect resume and becoming the most marketable for their job search, there is another document that is just as, if not more, important…
Keeping Employees Engaged and Ready to Work
Jan 29th, 2014
Keeping Employees Engaged and Ready to Work By Robert Boroff | Google + Engaged employees are happy employees. They are critical to a company’s success, especially with the struggling economy. Keeping employees engaged is also important for employers because when the economy does make a turn for the better, they will make…
Is Your Position of Power Going to Your Head?
Nov 4th, 2013
Is Your Position of Power Going To Your Head? By Robert Boroff | Google + It’s a story we all know well, somebody you know reaches the position they’ve been striving for throughout their entire career and suddenly your once humble colleague becomes an arrogant manager. Often people in this predicament become…

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