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Recognizing Your Weaknesses
Apr 14th, 2016
Recognizing Your Weaknesses When your career is going well you don’t usually take time to think about what you’re doing wrong. If it appears that what you are doing is working you continue carrying out business as you have been. Be warned, this strategy can be extremely risky and can…
You Can’t Manage Others Until You Can Manage Yourself
Mar 21st, 2016
You Can’t Manage Others Until You Can Manage Yourself By Robert Boroff Before you try to improve the way you manage others you need to look inward to see how well you manage yourself. If you can’t manage to complete your own tasks on time you’re not going to be…
Mental Effects of Exercising
Mar 17th, 2016
Mental Effects of Exercising By Robert Boroff Working eight hours a day at in office can be tiring, even for those of us who enjoy our jobs. It’s a strange feeling to drive home, exhausted, when the only physical exercise you received all day was a few strolls to the…
Making Informed Decisions
Jan 12th, 2016
Making Informed Decisions By Robert Boroff As the manager for a company, at any level and of any size, you are forced to make decisions on a daily basis. For every manager, your ability to make appropriate decisions is what landed you in your current management role, so it is…
How to Love Your Job
Oct 16th, 2014
How to Love Your Job By Robert Boroff With the job market tight in today’s struggling economy, employees considering looking for new opportunities may begin to feel trapped in their current position; thus employees may begin to feel dissatisfaction with their employment. The individual’s point of view towards the matter…
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…
Body Language Says It All
Aug 23rd, 2013
Body Language Says It All By Robert Boroff | Google + Body language can send subtle signals of our personality, our mood, and our job abilities, according to Dana Mattioli of Learning how your body language may be perceived can prevent you from committing body language blunders that can sabotage your…
Aiming For Success
Aug 9th, 2013
Aiming for Success By Robert Boroff | Google + A successful manager is only as good as the people that work for them. Training employees, fostering working relationships, and completing projects that have the greatest ROI all fall squarely on the shoulders of those in management. Hire good people. Consider personalities along…
Time Management and Goal Setting
Aug 8th, 2013
Time Management and Goal Setting By Robert Boroff | Google + 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…
Why Exercise is so Important to your Workplace Health
Aug 2nd, 2013
Why Exercise is so Important to your Workplace Health By Robert Boroff | Google + Many people find that there is not enough time in the day to get everything accomplished. How is it possible that there are some people out there who can handle a full time job, family, friends, and…

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