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Give at the Office: Little Things

Remember the little things say please and thank you. Show the temps where the coffee is. Learn the names of the security staff. These things sound so basic, but they’re often forgotten. Some companies plan elaborate team-building events, like paintball … Continue reading

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How Do I Handle My Bosses’ Gossiping?

Q: My boss regularly complains to me about my co-workers, and they tell me she does the same with them. Her habit of openly  discussing our flaws tends to pit people against each other and create conflict. However, she always … Continue reading

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Fostering successful clinical supervision

 Practicum instructor evaluation of student’s competency and areas for growth_________ has read and carefully thought about all of the research articles I have shared with her and she has shared with me. She asks very thoughtful questions once she has … Continue reading

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Would you hire me if you were blindfolded?

As a child, having your name mispronounced hurts. But what happens as an adult, when your name hurts your chances of earning a fair living? “We may think we don’t discriminate, but many of us are guided by our unconscious … Continue reading

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Plan a vacation

Have you taken half of your vacation days? Fifty-two percent of Americans leave unused vacation on the table, according to the U.S. Travel Association. Yes, you have a lot on your plate. But downtime can help you think about your … Continue reading

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