Philadelphia Language Arts Teachers Believes Patience Is A Necessity“Patience is necessary for both working with students directly and on the backend where the planning takes place. Schedules change, students change, timing changes—patience is the only thing that will get you through those changes,” says Willa Deitch.
Philadelphia Entrepreneur Suggests You Learn About Yourself“Once you know your strengths, and what you enjoy doing, you can step into that role and thrive,” says Eric Griffin.
Psychology Professor Encourages Others To Keep Striving To Learn“My education in a doctoral program helped me learn how to really ask important questions and explore the research that might hold answers to them, as well as design my own research projects,” says Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt.
Philadelphia Lawyer Says Cyber Security Making Great Legal Strides“Cyber security and the law is in its infancy. It’s a great time to be entering this area of the law,” says Ted Schaer.
Philadelphia Therapist Suggests Cultivating Relationships In Your Profession“Talk to therapists from various backgrounds and theoretical orientations and query them about your job-related interests. Cultivate relationships with people in the helping professions and find a mentor,” suggests Dr. Aileen McCabe-Maucher.
Philadelphia Chief Of Staff Says Showing Loyalty, Commitment A PlusThe chief of staff role is similar to that of a director of administration. There are aspects of employee management, recruitment and hiring, process management and leading complex initiatives that are aligned with the vision and mission of the organization.
Taking Calculated Risks Will Lead To Success, Says Philadelphia Lawyer“Whether in law or technology, take calculated risks towards becoming a linchpin in your field,” says Felicite Moorman.
Philadelphia Sports Psychologists Tries To Develop Athletes As A Whole“As a mental training coach with a background in educational applied sport psychology, I help athletes of all ages reach their peak performance, both in and out of their chosen sport, however, for me, it’s not just about improving an athlete’s mindset, but developing the athlete as a whole," says Dr. K.C. Wilder.
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Creating Culture At A Company Is A New Trend In Hiring"A trend in hiring practices is promoting your culture. First you have to have one, and be able to articulate it well," says CEO Alan Rihm.
Philadelphia CEO Inspires Team To Take More Initiative“My goal is to inspire my team to take more initiative on their own, rather than tell them what to do and hope they listen,” says Geoff Gross.
Need For Cyber-Security Professionals Higher Than Ever In PhiladelphiaA degree will open you up to many more job opportunities, higher pay rates, and make it easier for an organization to hire you.