For more than 125 years the team huddle has been a common denominator for football teams across the nation. Over the years businesses across the world have taken the concept of a huddle and implemented it into their daily and/or weekly agendas. In the business world these "micro-meetings" can serve as a crucial touch point
Throughout my career, I have been blessed to have the opportunity to work for some truly great leaders. It dates back to my first summer job working at a resort near my hometown. While I got to spend my days near one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, the job itself was not
Between filling out lengthy applications, perfecting and re-perfecting your resume, and attending multiple interviews only to be the "runner-up" candidate, searching for a job can feel downright overwhelming. At times, you might feel a bit like Dorothy in the Land of Oz facing lions, and tigers, and bears--oh my!
When it comes to starting the search process for a new employee, most hiring managers begin by reviewing resumes. Studies say a hiring manager will spend on average six seconds glancing at a resume before deciding whether or not they will move the candidate to the next stage of the hiring process.