Monthly Archives: February 2019

The Truth About Millennials and Retirement

We all know millennials get a bad reputation for spending too much on avocado toast. The truth is, millennials are not only spending beyond their means, but also not saving for their futures. recent study from the National Institute for … Continue reading

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How to Create Organizational Impact with Leadership Development | CCL

What factors increase the odds of success in organizational leadership development initiatives? These 7 things can make or break your investment’s impact. Involve Clarify Partner Prioritize Focus Think Share In the world of leadership development, if you can demonstrate an … Continue reading

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Top Workplaces 2018: Panda Restaurant Group’s ‘whole person’ approach helps employees move up — Orange County Register

“At Panda Express, we seek candidates who are values-driven, team-oriented and hungry to learn,” she said. “We offer internal programs such as one-on-one coaching, mentorship programs and leadership courses through the University of Panda to help our associates develop both … Continue reading

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Stimulating engagement through respect — HERCULEAN, that’s how I feel today

Treating employees with dignity and respect – fundamental performance and engagement drivers.  Check out the attached Harvard Business Review article: Do your employees feel respected? “When you ask workers what matters most to them, feeling respected by superiors often tops … Continue reading

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Starting early: Educating teenagers to make savvy financial choices — On the level

Recently, a study on standard high school curriculum was conducted.  Students interviewed were asked to share what they felt was necessary for productive living, but currently missing from available classes.  Courses centered around financial education and the effective use of … Continue reading

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Marie Kondo is a Big Deal — Trail Baboon

Kondo has a fairly rigid process for tidying up a home. It starts with clients making a pile of every single article of clothing they own. The piles are usually massive. Then she asks clients to attack that pile, chucking … Continue reading

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