Category Training

  l I hate starting new jobs.  Hate it.  Though by the looks of my resume you’d think it was a hobby of mine. During my career, there are two things I fear most: being hired and being fired.  In some cases,  you can’t have one without the other but both are mentally and emotionally draining. Being hired can be so exciting.  After you’ve been unhappy in a job, it feels like a God-send to ...
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  We all could hear Jerry Jones utter these words around October. All of us, at one time or another, has. Once you realize you have a problem is the first step to overcoming it they say. I’ve found that when I’m not intentional about who and what I need to help solve a problem, I’m not very good at fixing it. Analyzing the situation and taking stock of what’s around you could go further ...
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  There are millions of articles and lots of smart people who promote the importance of employee training. Often, it takes the form of checklists, binders, lectures, power points and the like when it comes to onboarding a new hire. Unfortunately, often employee training doesn't occur at all. Training for anything worthwhile takes quite a bit of effort. An investment of time and from my experience, a whole lot of grit, discipline and pain points. ...
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