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How to Be a Stronger Leader by Mastering the Art of Delegation

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on December 29, 2016

Do you want to be a stronger leader? In today’s world, too many of us think leading means doing it all on our own — everything from making the “To Do” lists to checking each task off on those lists. But that’s a recipe for burnout! Most strong leaders don’t do everything on their own; they delegate. The power of accepting help can help you become a strong leader by enabling you to work less and do more.

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications, Leadership, Management

The 4 Skills You Need to be an Effective and Memorable Networker

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on November 29, 2016

While it can seem daunting, building a strong network is pivotal to success in your professional life. You need reliable connections that can help you or your business grow. Even if you are not the most outgoing person, you can develop the skills you need to be an effective and memorable networker.

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications

Are You Wasting Valuable Time in Meetings? Learn How to Conduct Effective Meetings

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on November 17, 2016

Do you look around and think your employees or colleagues are bored in your meetings? Are you, perhaps, bored yourself? If this sounds familiar, your meetings are unproductive, and you and your employees would be better off getting work done, rather than meeting. Though meetings ranked as the number one office productivity killer, according to a survey of U.S. professionals by Salary.com, meetings are important in every business and necessary to get tasks accomplished. Learning how to conduct effective meetings will change the way work gets done in your business. Your employees will look forward to their meetings and leave feeling excited about the progress. With a little planning, leadership, and monitoring, meetings can be both effective and enjoyable.

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications

How to be Persuasive, and Why Every Type of Professional Needs This Skill

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on October 12, 2016

Persuasion is perhaps one of the most misunderstood word in today’s culture. People think of “Persuaders” as phoney people in suits, trying to convince people to do or buy something that only benefits the persuader themselves.

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications

Why Do People Hate Change?

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on October 06, 2016

Why do people hate change? Because most people feel comfortable doing what they have always been doing. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” they say. Psychologically speaking, it’s not just that people fear change, (although they absolutely do) It’s also that they genuinely believe what they’ve been doing, and how they’ve been doing it, is the best possible way to do it. And the longer they’ve been doing it this way, the better, more efficient, more economical, etc., it is (or so they believe).

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications, Leadership, Management

Why Personality Assessments are Valuable and How to Use Them in the Workplace

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on September 20, 2016

As an employer, you can better understand your employees’ traits and roles within your organization by using personality tests. Personality tests can be extremely valuable to all employers across many different industries and organizations.

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Topics: Professional Development, HR & Organizational Effectiveness, Communications, Leadership, Management

5 Mental and Behavioral Health Courses Every Healthcare Professional Could Benefit From Taking

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on September 09, 2016

As a healthcare professional, you will work with a variety of cultural groups, patient populations, and varying psychological diagnoses. Therefore, taking advantage of mental and behavioral health courses to improve your knowledge and skills will increase your success when working with different groups of people. The PCC Institute for Health Professionals offers five mental and behavioral health courses that can improve your competency as a healthcare professional.

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Topics: Professional Development, Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health, Communications

The Best of: Top 10 List for Navigating Workplace Personalities and Politics

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on August 22, 2016

Office politics exist in every workplace setting and are difficult to avoid. Even though you don’t need to participate in office politics to survive, putting your head in the sand and “not getting involved” isn’t practical either — if you aren’t careful, you can be embroiled in a problem you didn’t see coming.

The following top 10 best practices for navigating workplace politics and personalities should help you stay ahead of the game and keep you focused on why you are there — to do your job.

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Topics: Professional Development, Small Business, Communications, Leadership, Management

5 LinkedIn Tips for Professionals Looking to Network

Posted by Mary Bradbury Jones on July 20, 2016

LinkedIn is a powerful tool for working professionals and business owners looking to network. In fact, it’s the biggest online social media tool created exclusively to help grow your professional reach. There are several networking best practices you can use in order to maximize your exposure, including specific LinkedIn tips that we know work very well on the platform. Here, we’ll discuss five LinkedIn tips for networking so you can make the most of your experience.

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Topics: Professional Development, Communications, Sales & Marketing

Why Every Healthcare Professional Needs Cultural Competency Training — Whether Required or Not

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on July 19, 2016

Cultural competence in the healthcare field enables medical professionals to bridge the gap in cross-cultural situations which ensures each and every patient receives adequate attention and gets their needs met. Without cultural competency training, the risk of failed care is high. This is why every healthcare professional needs cultural competency training.

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Topics: Healthcare, Mental & Behavioral Health, Communications

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