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Jumping The Queue: 4 Tips For Achieving Success Without Waiting Your Turn

Jumping the QueueAuthor of Jumping the Queue Shares Ideas to Leap Ahead

Start Jumping the Queue and forget the time-honored tradition that younger workers need to “pay their dues” before moving up the ladder of success.

These days many young people see no need to wait their turn – and their refusal to patiently stand in line is the right idea, says Michelle A. Turman, author of Jumping the Queue: Achieving Great Things Before You’re Ready (www.jumpingtheq.org).  Continue Reading

Pain Management Specialist Dr. Paul Christo Helps Understand Opioid Crisis

Opioid Crisis in United States Requires Understanding and Fast Action The statistics regarding the opioid crisis in the United States are grim. According to the CDC, deaths from opioid overdoses have quadrupled since 1999, and every day more than 1,000 people end up in emergency rooms because of prescription opioid misuse. Dr. Paul Christo, one… Continue Reading

Amazon Celebrates World Book Day with Global Free Library in Seattle Thursday April 20

WHAT:                On Thursday, April 20, Amazon invites the Seattle community to come together to celebrate reading and inspire everyone to take some time for reading and books, in honor of World Book Day (which falls on Sunday, April 23rd).  Amazon will host its first ever celebration of World Book Day with a Global Free Library… Continue Reading

Frank Romano’s New Breakthroughs In The Drive For Peace In The Middle East: Changing Public Opinion Through Interfaith Unification

Frank Romano Works For Peace in the Middle East Frank Romano, PhD, doesn’t merely talk about the possibility of sustainable peace in the Middle East, he champions programs through interfaith unification and has seen first-hand the results of these efforts.  Even though Frank Romano has found himself in dangerous situations, he has spent decades of his… Continue Reading

Five Steps to Integrating Coaching into your Talent Management Strategy

by Renée Robertson Coaching means many things to many people. Many times a certain technique that is referred to as “coaching,” isn’t really coaching at all; it’s actually counseling or feedback. For example, you may have heard or had this happen to you – a manager will say, “Let me give you some coaching around… Continue Reading

Squaring to Bunt: Transparency Shows

By Beth Noymer Levine In 2003, during the investigation into steroid use among Major League Baseball players, many players issue denials. Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi never denies his use to the grand jury, but it takes him four more years to publicly acknowledge it and apologize. “I was wrong for doing that stuff,” Giambi… Continue Reading

Got Talent? TALENT MANAGEMENT EXPERT’S TIPS FOR DRIVING CHANGE AND BUSINESS GROWTH THROUGH INTERNAL COACHING PROGRAMS

As a former Fortune 500 Director of Talent Development, Renée Robertson designed and implemented a groundbreaking internal coaching program. This program earned Robertson her first of two International Coach Federation’s prestigious Prism Award, making her one of only nineteen winners globally. This program engaged more than 600 leaders from all functional areas of the company… Continue Reading

Author Uses Real-Life Examples To Help Parents Improve Communication With Their Kids In Behind The Counselor’s Door

Warren, MI, June 19, 2015 – Kevin Kuczynski’s compelling collection of real problems he’s encountered over his years as a counselor in a high school draws from the perspective of the students themselves. Behind the Counselor’s Door: Teenagers’ True Confessions, Trials, and Triumphs (HCI Books) bridges the gap between adults and teenagers and has the… Continue Reading