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Performance Review

The article “Gave poor-performing employees the benefit of the doubt — and a plan” by journalist Phil Blair. The following paragraph stood out to me “Then, we review a specific list of what has to change, why, and by when. … Continue reading

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Advice from a Horoscope

This may sound strange, but you will benefit from studying your mistakes this month. You may be moving faster than usual to Brookhill your career for. Sometimes trail in an error works like a charm. We want to find out … Continue reading

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Reinventing

“I always tell people that to have a lasting career, you have to keep reinventing yourself,” Carter reflects. “I have never been comfortable anywhere. There’s always more for me to do. You have to stay relevant. You have to stay … Continue reading

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Police Reform: Invest in Officers

I’m struggling to understand the defund-the-police movement. What I hear in the media is that law enforcement is overworked, unappreciated and experiencing high levels of stress, which has been blamed for some unacceptable behavior. This is something we should be … Continue reading

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Looking For a Better Job

Make job-searching part of your career-long routine – an hour or two a week of effort, say- you’ll discover profitable opportunities you’d otherwise miss and also reap side benefits of a better understanding of your field of work. Yes, even … Continue reading

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