Registration is now closed as this presentation has passed. If you are interested in getting more information on this topic, please call our office or email Jane Sterling. Imagine this: an employee comes to you and asks "How am I doing?" Do you know how to answer that question in more than one word? How do you
Perception plays a major role in career advancement. Fair or not, your appearance can shape how others think of you in a professional sense. Dressing for the job you want, not necessarily the job you have, can help to change others’ perceptions of you and allow them to see you in that position. Start dressing
Millennials (those born roughly between 1981 and 1997) are not only the largest living generation, but they also comprise the largest job demographic: more than one out of every three workers in the US is a Millennial. Their growing presence in the workplace means that their motivations must be taken into consideration if you want
Team meetings are often planned with the best of intentions, but unfortunately, many fall short in terms of productivity. Attendees often find themselves having committed a significant chunk of time to sitting in meetings, only to leave with no clear takeaway. Use these tips to make your staff excited about your next team meeting. Be
Registration is now closed as this presentation has passed. If you are interested in getting more information on this topic, please call our office or email Jane Sterling. This topic was a big hit when we first presented on it last April so we decided to bring it back! Below is information for September's topic: Finding
Networking is often thought of as navigating professional politics and getting to know the “right people” and leveraging the relationship for personal gain. However, for networking to be effective, it requires a genuine approach, in which you aim to provide value and help others, regardless of their status or what they can do for you.
Employees crave a sense of stability in their leaders and want to know what to expect from them on any given day. Playing the guessing game of whether or not it’s okay to approach leadership, or if an action is acceptable or not, is a major hindrance to the productivity and innovation required for an
Mapping out your career with 5, 10, or 20-year goals may seem like the ideal way to keep yourself on track professionally; however, having static objectives may not be the most effective way to conquer a dynamic, ever-changing job market. Since you don't know what the future holds (perhaps your 20-year "dream job" won't even
Registration is now closed as this presentation has passed. If you are interested in getting more information on this topic, please call our office or email Jane Sterling. Ethan Allen HR Services would like to support mental health awareness with our next training seminar, Managing Stress. Managing stress both in the workplace and at home, are
As you progress in your career, the hiring process is likely to get more in-depth. Higher-level positions have more of an impact on the company's overall performance, so hiring managers will often want you to go beyond a verbal interview and have you demonstrate what you can bring to the company through an interview presentation.