5 Tips for Successful Change Management: Relative to HR Transitions

HR is an often undervalued and underutilized role within organizations.  Generally that happens because the business doesn’t currently have HR and feels that they’ve lasted this long without it and are fine or the HR role is filled by someone who is not functioning in the capacity they should be.  Both instances can negatively impact […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Cultural Transformation

Gallup reports that worldwide only 33.4% of employees are engaged at work.  When businesses hear that type of a statistic they feel the need to rush into change, however not all businesses are ready to take on that task.  Below are 7 do’s and don’ts to follow in order to successfully implement a culture transformation. […]

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FMLA Basics for Everyone

The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was intended to balance the needs of the workplace with the needs of the family.  It allows eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for a qualifying reason during any 12 month period.  To be eligible an employee must have been at the business at […]

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Why does the Form I-9 Matter?

Lately, most people have probably seen the news articles about the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) significantly increasing their audits to identify undocumented workers and the business who have hired them.  For FY 2017 ICE levied 97.6 million dollars in fines and forfeitures, with 95 million of that being against one employer who who […]

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Episode 64: My Vision Board Manifestations

Last year as I prepared for Vision Fest. I became inspired to create visualization exercises of my own. For weeks I was immersed in Garage Band (aka MAC music making software) enjoying every second. I forgot how much I loved recording and creating a musical masterpiece. I listened to each track used last year for […]

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Episode 58: The Grateful Showcase (Amanda King)

“Surround yourself with good people.” – The Profit, Marcus Lemonis Marcus Lemonis speaks the truth, especially if you decide to take on the role of entrepreneur. I had an inkling that starting my own business would require work but I had no idea of the actual magnitude. There is also something a bit exciting but […]

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Episode 57: No Regrets

So I don’t believe that this is a secret or even an unknown fact…that coaches have coaches. I am no exception to this rule. I coach and consistently get coached. In fact, I have almost a team of coaches that help immensely with keeping me aligned with my path so I may do the work […]

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Episode 56: The Grateful Showcase (Ryan McShane)

One of the things I treasure most about our next guest on The Grateful Showcase is his ability to build relationships. Relationships and connection that run well below the surface. I have had some of the most warming and fulfilled lunch and coffee conversations with this gentleman.  Although, it seems like our path to initial […]

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Episode 55: The Grateful Showcase (Douglas “DK” Knight)

If there is one thing that I learned about myself in college it was that I need people for things to make sense. While pursuing a business degree filled with classes on economics and operations management, I struggled to master the concepts surrounding widgets. My only saving grace was the introduction of HR Management Strategic […]

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Episode 54: The Grateful Showcase (Tony Hernandez)

I feel like I need to start this year’s grateful showcase with a Gabby Bernstein affirmation courtesy of her SpiritJunkie App (Source). “I trust in the energy of the Universe and I surrender my plans.” – Gabrielle Bernstein The funny thing about the guests in this year’s showcase is they are all individuals who came […]

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