Researchers say, “Just like the common cold, common negative behaviors can spread easily and have significant consequences for people in organizations.”
“Teachers are always learning and thinking about how to improve their teaching, and how to make a difference in the lives of their students,” says principal, Karen Schade.
Devereux helps individuals with developmental disabilities such as autism and mental health challenges lead a fulfilling life.
“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.
“Be very sure this is the right path for you. All legal careers have important issues at their heart, and all have clients who care very deeply about their causes, but in the criminal justice system, liberty is at stake,” says Attorney Ellen Brotman.
“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.
The fastest way I’ve found to learn how to accomplish something with technology is to try to do it on a small-scale environment while studying material on how to do so along the way.
“Finding teachers with the qualities needed to serve an urban student population is probably the most challenging for us,” says Dr. Stacy Gill-Phillips.
“it is very difficult to provide clients with the quality of care they deserve without mucking the treatment up with your own emotional reactions,” says Kristina Furia.
“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.
Focusing on an information security-specific program will obviously assist someone with finding a job, but the true distinguisher for any candidate is technical ability and skill.
“Finding an encouraging and caring mentor or professional support network is also crucial,” says Aniela Glinski.
A degree will open you up to many more job opportunities, higher pay rates, and make it easier for an organization to hire you.
“It is an essential skill to learn how to network; folks need to learn to introduce themselves to strangers and be confident that an interesting conversation is about to take place with almost all of the people they meet,” says Adam Simmons.
I can honestly say that the majority of my educational background stems from the school of hard knocks, strategic mentorship, and a drive to learn and perform.