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  • November 29, 2021
  • sheldon

Hard vs. Soft Skills: Why Are They Important for Your Growth?

When hiring the right candidates for certain open positions in their organizations, employers consider many different attributes on your resume. Soft vs. hard skills are the two most important attributes they examine during the hiring process. Soft skills encompass specific interpersonal skills and personality traits that are universally applicable to virtually every job in existence. […]

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  • October 26, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

The Importance of Soft Skills in a Post-Pandemic Business World

The pandemic has forced employers to be more flexible when hiring highly skilled and qualified candidates for certain positions. As a direct result of spending the better part of the past two years working strictly from home, many employees need to brush up on their soft skills such as communication, critical thinking, and creativity, among […]

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  • September 30, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

A Guide to Developing Essential Soft Skills

Soft skills are general abilities that employers typically look for when hiring for almost any position. They’re intangible and include non-technical skills like communication skills, teamwork, leadership, and time management skills. Also commonly known as interpersonal skills, these abilities are desirable in candidates from every industry from tech to HR. Essential soft skills aren’t rooted […]

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  • September 23, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

How to Learn Soft Skills during COVID-19?

Soft skills group training is one of the many things that has become more difficult with the COVID-19 pandemic. With everyone spending more time at home, it’s become increasingly challenging to develop soft skills, including interpersonal and communication skills, among others.  Fortunately, virtual soft skills training is an excellent option for companies maintaining a work-from-home […]

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  • September 15, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

What Are Some Skills and Qualities Employers Look for in an Employee?

No matter the position or industry, job hunting can be challenging for even the most qualified candidates. There are certain qualities that employers look for in potential hires, including everything from presentation skills to team building skills. Get a leg up on the competition and find out what most employers are looking for in their […]

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  • April 7, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

Find your Anchor

​ Anchoring is a fantastic term, if only because of the clear imagery it offers. There is a lot of security implied here for business leaders and decision-makers and that can really help some to get focused. This is sometimes clumsily described as a person being “stubborn.” And while there may be little between the […]

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  • March 7, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

The Importance of Learning a Name

One of the very first lessons I learned in being a successful group leader or facilitator in corporate settings is how significant people’s names really are – they relish them. Take names seriously, respectfully and intentionally – your thoughtfulness will be appreciated. There are some months when I may lead fifteen to twenty different groups […]

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  • January 11, 2021
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

Watch your Brand

Your brand is the combination of tangible and intangible characteristics that make you unique. Branding is developing your specific image with an eye toward specific results in your relationships. If you do not choose the specific language to describe your skills, competencies, educational background, experience and overall contributions, it will be chosen for you. It’s […]

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  • July 2, 2020
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

Ask These 4 Questions to Gain Consensus During Meetings

  Sometimes, a meeting leader/facilitator/chair must recognize that the best way forward for the team is to gain consensus on an action item. Gaining consensus as opposed to majority voting lessens the prospect of in fighting between those who publically agree with an item and those who disagree. Consensus is not necessarily a quicker or […]

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  • June 10, 2020
  • Diana Kawarsky, MA, CCP

4 Tools to Supercharge your Emails

Every professional in the business world, regardless of level of authority, has been sending emails for the past 15 years, if not the past 20. In all of those years not much has changed about how emailing works. Sure our preferences for receiving certain types of emails have changed, and we’re constantly trying to apply […]

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