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Dan Rose

Imagine you’re being interviewed for a great new job. It is going good so far, and you are just nailing the questions because you put in the prep time to answer anything about your past jobs and duties. Just when the thought of “Oh, baby … this job is mine!” hits you, the interviewer asks you the weirdest interview question ever, “How many cows are…


Brenda Smyth

Follow Us: by   An estimated 4.1 percent of the U.S. population is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, reports catalyst.org. If you fall into this group or you work with someone who does, you know that many LGBT workers are not “out” at work. And navigating a work relationship/friendship is tricky when large personal segments…


Dan Rose

Providing a seamless transition for new employees entering the workforce is key for your successful onboarding training program.  It’s important to be attentive and invest time and energy into training workers appropriately. More now than ever before, new hires rely on how leaders prepare and guide them into new roles and responsibilities.   Starting at a new company—or even just a new position—can be a…


Dan Rose

When should an informal, unwritten rule become formalized within a policy or procedure? How about immediately? If any of you were lucky enough to ever work for a small company like I did early in my career, a mom-and-pop place with 15 employees, the owners are often trusting and flexible. Employees were expected to show up on time and get the work done, and there was…


Dan Rose

Great news! You’ve been put in charge of training your company’s employees on a critical new regulation. And, even though training people isn’t in your normal range of duties, your bosses recognize your expertise and have picked you to do it. So now you have your outline … your presentation … your goals … and your supporting materials ready for the big day. You’re ready…


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