Management Resources Archive
There are many benefits to showing appreciation. Employees who feel appreciated will be happier, more engaged, and are more likely to stay with your organization. The biggest thing with appreciation, is that it is highly motivating. And who doesn't want a motivated employee?!
With 2018 officially at a close, Celebrity Staff is looking at the trends that will usher in 2019. Here are a few of our favorite trends we will be watching for the first half of the year, and beyond.
Jobseekers can often bring raw emotions like fear, apprehension, and grief into interviews for Recruiters to sift through and find direction. Coaching candidates and clients cultivates everything from trust to annoyance and anger. Waiting for interview feedback is a time of anticipation, self-doubt, and optimism. Being a part of offering someone a job and helping
I am in the midst of my last week working closely with Celebrity Staff’s resident intern Hannah Krajicek. Hannah, a junior at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln, came to Celebrity Staff with a great deal of ambition.
The smell of fresh popcorn, hotdogs, and cotton candy; the sound of leather slapping; and the sight of children and adults all giddy for the first day of baseball. There is truly no better day of the year than Opening Day of baseball...
When I was a child, my family relocated from Plano, IL to Miami, FL (this was right when Will Smith was testing out his skills in the music industry with the hit song "Welcome to Miami"). My mother was a teacher and after we moved she substituted for a number of different schools...
It is the offseason for the two most popular sports in America. The word offseason is a deceiving term because the top teams are doing anything but taking time off. They are scouting rookies and trying to work deals to land the top free agents in their game. They roll out the red carpet and
If you've followed my blog posts you'll notice my blog material often comes from something that has recently popped into my head. This is due to the fact that I'm a) habitually guilty of being a procrastinator as most sales people are and b) I work my best under tight deadlines.
How often do you plan your day and it turns out nothing like you expected? I can honestly say this happens to me every single day. Some days are a speed bump and others, like today, are major detours. As a manager in any industry you have to be flexible to respond to unexpected challenges.
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