Why You Should Provide Career Coaching For Your Employees

Posted on: 11 September 2018

People often hire career coaches when they're unsatisfied in their careers and are looking to make a change, or are content with their job but want to move up within their company. If you manage a company of any type, you may even use a career coach to help you be the best manager that you can be. You could also think about arranging career coaching services for your employees — especially those who manage other people or who appear to be up and coming.
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3 Tips For Working With Individuals On The Autism Spectrum

Posted on: 4 May 2018

If you just started a new job or position where you interact on a regular basis with individuals who are on the autism spectrum, it is helping to understand how to work and communities effective with individuals on the autism spectrum. One of the most important things to keep in mind though is that each person you encounter who has autism is unique, and these are just a few general tips and guidelines.
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What To Look For In Motivational Speakers For Students

Posted on: 26 October 2017

Motivational speakers for students are a dime a dozen, unless you can get someone who really makes a striking impact on listeners. There are some good speakers out there that can really grab kids' attention and make the kids focus on what is being said. Of course, it also helps to find someone who can tie into what the teachers are teaching in their classrooms right now. Here's what to look for in a motivational speaker.
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An Anxiety Disorder Can Lower Your Quality Of Life: 4 Reasons Why

Posted on: 19 October 2016

If you have an anxiety disorder, you're not alone. Anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD, are the most common mental illnesses reported in the United States. Approximately 40 million people—roughly 18 percent of the population—have an anxiety disorder. While there are treatments available for anxiety disorders, they usually do not get rid of the symptoms completely. Most people with anxiety have to learn to live with their disorder, which can plague them for years or even for their whole life.
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