Solution-Based Thinking: Top Traits of Great Problem Solvers

By | July 20th, 2017|Career Development, Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving on the Job|

According to a Job Outlook 2017 survey of employers, the top three attributes sought most frequently in candidates are: Demonstration of strong teamwork (78 percent) Problem-solving skills (77.3 percent) Excellent written communication competency (75 percent) At just over 77 percent, it’s evident that the act [...]

Going Paperless: What It Means and Can Businesses Really Achieve It

By | May 24th, 2017|Executive Advice, Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving on the Job, Workplace Issues|

Technology has made it easier for individuals and businesses to “go paperless”. In fact, many businesses will offer a discount for their services if their customers opt to go paperless with their accounts. Yet, what does it actually mean for a company to go completely [...]

The Benefits of Effective Collaboration in the Workplace

By | September 27th, 2016|Communications, Executive Leadership, Management Advice, Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving on the Job, Uncategorized, Workplace Issues|

Most business professionals would agree that collaboration in a business environment is a highly important factor in most in successful accomplishments.  Collaboration takes teamwork to new level, and when done correctly, the combined intelligence of two or more knowledgeable people can solve multifaceted problems and [...]

How and Why to Seek an Executive Mentor

By | July 20th, 2016|Career Advice, Executive Leadership, Management Advice, Networking, Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving on the Job, Uncategorized, Working with Careers Professionals|

The paths toward truly quality leadership are many; however one that seemingly gets easily bypassed is that of seeking out executive mentorship, especially in the case of experienced executives.  Yet, what better way to fine tune your skills than learning from someone who has actually [...]