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Let’s Stop Talking About the Lack of Technical Talent, Corporate America: It’s Time to Close the Large Tech Skills Gap with Veterans. GUEST AUTHOR, KAREN ROSS, AT SHARPDECISIONS.COM

No Longer Desperate for Work, Veterans Seek More Meaningful Careers For veterans, underemployment is the new unemployment. With the U.S. Labor Department announcing earlier this month that low, veterans groups, advocates and veterans themselves are sounding a new alarm: underemployment. … Continue reading

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What Does Toxic Behavior Say About Us in the Workplace? (Ways of curving that Toxic Appetite) Derrick Darden, PhD

Children that challenge authority want to be empowered and in power themselves. When I grew up and attended a public school in a large city in a large neighborhood, I learned that children can be very cruel and mean to … Continue reading

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How to handle conflict and commit to the customer

Derrick C Darden, PhD There’s an old saying by Sam Walton: “There is only one boss, the customer. Serving the customer is the reason your business exists. In the professional world, your job, whether it’s in sales, services or manufacturing, … Continue reading

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NARCISSIM in the WORK PLACE

What happens when the narcissist is a co-worker or a subordinate how to encounter the behavior in the workplace? Continue reading

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It’s here!!! The revised 2nd ed. ebook and Paperback is out on Amazon.

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Group assignments provide transferable skills for the workplace

In my past teaching life, the greatest number of complaints I heard from students involved group assignments. Most students dreaded being paired with their peers. Some students said their peers were lazy, disorganized or freeloaders who weren’t responsible enough to … Continue reading

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