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Staff Development

Cut cost without cutting staff…Trust your team It’s easier to train someone to be better than to hire and train a new staff member. Rather than cutting staff to reduce costs, I try it redirect my staff to improve inefficient … Continue reading

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State of Readiness

I moved into a tiny apartment in the middle of Manhattan when my daughter was 5 years old. Though I had to make the living room my bedroom, I felt lucky to live in the luxe tower with sweeping city … Continue reading

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Constructive Criticism

Most people will go out of their way to defend against criticism. Here are some tips to help you respond well and accept constructive feedback on the job. Stay calm and hear the person out. Try not to get upset … Continue reading

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Guidance on The Road to Success

RESEARCH HAS SHOWN that young people who have a mentor have better school attendance, are more likely to enroll in college, are more likely to participate in extracurricular activities and therefore avoid risky behavior. However, one in three young people … Continue reading

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Save Yourself

You don’t want to go to bed worried that a blown-out water heater could be your undoing. Yet only about 40 percent of Americans would be able to cover an unexpected $1,000 expense. “The point of money is to feel … Continue reading

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