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Overcoming a naked fear of public speaking
How do ordinary people catapult themselves to “expert” or “guru” status just by opening their mouths? Having been a keynote speaker for more than 50 events, I’ll offer some clues to help you cloak your presentation anxieties.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month – the perfect time to give your accounts and devices the protection they deserve, and learn about the current threats you face online. While there is no sure-fire way to completely defend your different accounts and devices, there are some general guidelines that everyone can use to fight back against unwanted intrusion at home and in the workplace.
Would you switch jobs to be able to take Fido to work?
If you’re like millions of Americans who suffer at least a twinge of guilt or sadness about leaving Fido behind every morning when you leave for work, take heart – there’s now online help to find dog-friendly employment.
Today, let’s flip the “less is more” coin over to its “more is more meaningful” side.
Three ways to get past feeling like an imposter
Do you ever feel like an imposter? It turns out that it's pretty common among business professionals. Check out these three tips for getting past it!
How to invest your first 90 days as the new manager.
Congrats on your hire or promotion! But before you take your new authority for a spin, let’s take your natural enthusiasm (or qualms) for leading a new team and slow it down, back it up, and set a course that’s really going to serve you well as the organization’s designated driver.
“Missing” inactive pensioners may not be missed by DOL
Heads up, HR specialists! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is taking a Philadelphia model audit to a national platform in its search to locate pensioners who are not collecting owed retirement benefits.
managedIP Webinar: Help for the Holidays
In this month’s webinar, our expert will show you how to use your managedIP system to enjoy that priceless time off, while still remaining available to customers and coworkers.
Biotech review: What it takes to feed the world
This month, our tech focus is on bio crop development and world population projections.
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