becoming a better leader through delegation Becoming a Better Leader Lesson 2: Delegation March 26, 2020 As a leader, you make daily decisions about how best to guide your team members to success. Your goal is to encourage employee involvement and empowerment, so your teammates perform their best. One way to… Read More »
Hiring an executive assistant Why Every Executive Should Hire an Assistant This Spring March 25, 2020 Like many executives, you may rely on email, voicemail, online calendars, and other technologies to operate with self-sufficiency. Your company also may be focused on cutting costs, reducing headcount, and streamlining organizational structures. As a… Read More »
Now That You’ve Found Your Management Style… Here’s How to Deploy It to Your Team (Part 2) March 24, 2020 Management styles can be as different as people. Although there may be similarities among managers, odds are they'd handle different employees, teams, and situations differently. Letting your team know what your management style is and… Read More »
the key to creating high value relationships on LI The Key to Creating High-Value Relationships with Your LinkedIn Connections March 19, 2020 More important than the number of LinkedIn connections you have is how deeply you’re connected to each. This is why having a bigger following doesn’t necessarily equate to making more sales. Although a large audience is great… Read More »
how to ask for a raise Find That Pot o’ Gold! How to Ask for a Raise When You Believe You Deserve It March 18, 2020 Asking your manager for a raise can be daunting. Negotiating on your behalf, no matter how much you deserve it, is stressful. The key is to focus on the specific value you add to the… Read More »
You Should Pick Up the Phone When Your Recruiter Calls… Here’s Why! March 16, 2020   Finding the IT role you want can be challenging. Sifting through job boards, tailoring your resume, and waiting to hear from employers can be daunting. Even if you're brought in for an interview, there's… Read More »
team off for opening day Should You Give Your Team the Day Off for Opening Day? March 12, 2020 When Opening Day comes around, you should expect to see an increase in issues affecting your sales team’s productivity. Many team members may call in sick. Requests for annual leave or to work from home… Read More »
Don’t Leave Your Interview Questions to Luck… Ask These Instead March 10, 2020 When interviewing accounting or finance candidates, you need a set of questions that uncover their hard and soft skills. Knowing how their experiences and accomplishments make them best qualified for a role helps you narrow… Read More »
The Key to Managing a Diverse Workforce March 9, 2020 Cultivating diversity in your workplace keeps your company competitive. Working with employees of different cultures, religions, genders, generations, and backgrounds encourages your team to see things from different perspectives, push boundaries, and be innovative. Since… Read More »
3 reasons to leave your current sales role 3 Reasons to Leave Your Current Sales Role… That AREN’T Commission Structure March 5, 2020 As a sales professional, there's more to work satisfaction than merely a desirable commission structure. If you lack room to grow within an organization, don't blend with company culture, or lack autonomy to perform your… Read More »
You Don’t Need Luck… When You Have These Interviewing Habits March 3, 2020 Your interviewing habits make a difference in whether you receive a job offer or need to continue your search. Knowing how to sell your skills, experience, and qualifications to show you're the best candidate for… Read More »
Onboarding process enjoyable These Tips Will Help Make Your Onboarding Process More Enjoyable February 27, 2020 Giving your new hire the best possible onboarding experience increases the odds that they’ll stay for at least a year. Having an exceptional onboarding experience helps confirm that they made the right choice deciding to… Read More »
Becoming a Better Leader Lesson 1: Honesty and Integrity February 26, 2020 Although honesty and integrity are expected from leaders, they’re two areas where people seem to need help demonstrating. If leaders aren’t exhibiting behaviors that people view as showing honesty and integrity, leaders are viewed as… Read More »
How Can KBW Support My Organization During Tax Season? February 25, 2020 When tax season arrives each year, your accounting department is more stressed than usual. Increased workloads, tight deadlines and other demands pile up quickly. Your team might struggle to get everything done on time. To… Read More »
Seven Steps to Becoming a Thought Leader in the Tech Space February 24, 2020 Thought leadership is one way to transform your company brand. It can position your business as a leader in the industry, open doors to new opportunities, and build lasting trust with your audience. Although a… Read More »
What to look for when joining a new team Three Things to Look for in a Team When Starting a New Job to Know If You’re in the Right Spot February 20, 2020 When starting a new job, it’s important you evaluate your team to determine whether you’re in the right place. If you accept a job offer without considering the key elements of the role, team, and company, you… Read More »
5 Tips to Work Smarter…NOT Harder February 19, 2020 Like many employees, you might feel there aren’t enough hours in the day to get all of your work done. As a result, you may feel like you’re often behind. Coming in early, working through… Read More »
How to Pick Up Extra Assignments During Tax Season February 18, 2020 If you’re an accountant looking for seasonal work, you may be interested in providing tax preparation or related services. January 1 through April 15 typically is the time during which you’d find these assignments. You… Read More »
Coding tools Four Tools to Bring Your Coding Skills to the Next Level February 17, 2020 Programming skills are in high demand among employers. Emerging technology and the increasing number of startups being launched require qualified developers. Strong competition means continually expanding your learning and knowledge. Although there are a variety… Read More »
New hire not a good match Four Reasons You and That New Hire Aren’t a Good Match February 13, 2020 If a new hire and you aren’t a good match, odds are they won’t last long on your team. If their skills, experience, personality or attitude aren’t what they need to be successful in a… Read More »