Reboot

Carolyn KinardBest Practices for Starting a Job Search
When you think of the term, “rebooting”, it means to reload the operating system of a computer or phone and start it up again. So, rebooting allows the computer or phone to restart and get back to working as normal or get back on track to complete a task. Why not start a new career after being a part of a workforce reduction or retiring after being with a company for many years? Why not give your life a reboot? Rebooting your life is a gift to yourself. It is an opportunity to reconnect with your internal dreams, spirit, and tap into the wisdom and joy that lives in you. While rebooting, it is important to acknowledge the fears that are present in your life regarding rebooting or making a new career change. Continue reading ‘Reboot’

Declaring Your Independence

Cornelius BookerThe Fourth of July is known as Independence Day. It is the day we celebrate United States of America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence. When most think about declaration of Independence, we think about the decisions that we make in order to become self-sufficient in life. Some of those important decisions involve the type of career we choose, the schools we attend or whether to continue our education and training beyond high school. But I want to remind our readers that there are several ways to declare your Independence. Continue reading ‘Declaring Your Independence’

Help with Social Distancing in the Workplace

Image of Tiffany ArmingtonSocial distancing has gone from being a term nobody had ever heard to the words on everyone’s lips in a few short weeks. If you’re in charge of a workplace, then making sure that the new guidelines are followed can be particularly challenging. As we begin to slowly and carefully return to our workplace, we’ll explore what you need to know about social distancing. Continue reading ‘Help with Social Distancing in the Workplace’

Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms

JoshuaHow has the use of technology and software changed how you work? In 2016 a survey was taken, and 53% of companies use collaborative software within their organization. The survey was taken four years ago, and with the speed of society, that number keeps increasing. Collaborative software or groupware is application software designed to help people working on a common task to attain their goals. You might use collaborative software at your job, and not even realize it. Continue reading ‘Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms’