Carl Forkner, Ph.D. Director of Training & Development Technology devices. Across the globe, most people have one. It may be on your desk, on your lap, or in your pocket. You can use these devices for social media, taking pictures, banking, shopping, research, communicating with others, and much more. The Internet of Things, allowing […]
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A — Avoid assumptions, have an amazing attitude. Show appreciation for the people you work with on a regular basis. B — Be yourself. Do not be the imitation of someone else. C — Clarify your wishes, deliver clear, concise communication, commit to your growth D — Design and Delight in your […]
After 9/11, many men and women volunteered for military duty and as a nation, we are ever so grateful for their service. Now that most are coming home after many months or years of service abroad, combat duty and/or recovering from injuries, transitioning from military life to civilian life is not easy.
There will be 1 million veterans returning to the job market over the next 5 years. Unemployment rates for these brave men and women sits at 9.2% but is at an astounding rate of 30% for those under age 25 who most likely joined the military to serve fresh out of high school. The transition process is […]
If you’re among the unemployed or if you’d like to advance in your career, here are 10 reasons why you should get certified: FULFILLMENT: You feel personal satisfaction about your educational accomplishment. A series of positive events accumulate and provide a sense of satisfaction. Effort put into learning and expanding personal growth through solid education […]