“My wife, Mary Jean, owned a soft ice cream store, which operated from April 15 through Labor Day. Both of our children, Kate and Andy, worked there during the summer months. After they had worked there a few weeks, Mary Jean made this comment to each of them: ‘You’ll often be working by yourself. I
Don't stop at the video ... keep reading for Expressive Tips. Meet Nancy. Nancy likes excitement. She loves to spend time chit-chatting with coworkers and is known for being highly energetic. When Nancy arrives at work it takes a little time for her to focus on the tasks of the day. Others she works with
DON’T STOP AT THE VIDEO … KEEP READING FOR DRIVER TIPS. Meet Davide. Davide likes results. He infrequently spends time chit-chatting with co-workers, because he thinks it is a waste of valuable time. When Davide arrives at work he gets right to business – don’t get in his way. Others he works with tend to
DON'T STOP AT THE VIDEO ... KEEP READING FOR TIPS. Meet Marissa. Marissa is a thinker. She is the type of person who understands the value of good, solid preparation. For example, Marissa shuts her office door and doesn’t leave work until her to-do list for the next day is complete and ready to go.
Let’s say you are shopping for a new shirt for a job interview, a special occasion, or some other reason. You enter the store, look around, walk to the men’s or women’s section and then do what? Grab the first shirt you see and head to the register to pay. After all, why look through
Don't worry - you are not alone. Many employees feel misunderstood or struggle with believing other people just "don't get them". I prefer to chalk those kinds of feelings up to being unique. The challenge is, in business we need to find a way to make sure people "get us". So what can we do? One of the