4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

If you’ve been settled into your current job, even for just a year, it may be time to revisit and update your resume. You might be thinking “Why would I spend my time on that? I enjoy my job and have no plans to leave anytime soon.” Unfortunately, our economy and personal situations are equally … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

Why You Should Become A Lifelong Learner

The first 22 or so years of our lives are consumed by education. Our full time job is to learn as much as we can about the world around us and narrow our focus on a specific area that we hopefully will turn into a career. But once we’re launched into the real world, this … Continue reading Why You Should Become A Lifelong Learner

The Repercussions of a Word Smith

I didn’t always have the gift of the golden pen. At least I never considered myself as anything but an average writer throughout my earlier years. I would do the assignments asked of me in school, but rarely did I earn high marks or a place on the honor board for my work. Outside of … Continue reading The Repercussions of a Word Smith

Most Common Grammar Mistakes: Are you sure I learned this before?

No matter how many hours a day I spend writing and editing my work or the work of my clients', I'm not immune to the common (and very embarrassing) grammar mistakes that I know I've learned countless times. I admit that I still turn to Google for a quick grammar recap on effect vs affect … Continue reading Most Common Grammar Mistakes: Are you sure I learned this before?

Examining the Foundation of Effective Teamwork (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

This week's post comes from returning guest blogger, Todd Shirley. Todd is a talented writer with a wealth of knowledge to share. I hope you are inspired to leave a comment or engage in conversation after reading this post. To learn more about Todd, please visit his biography at the end. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Examining The Foundation … Continue reading Examining the Foundation of Effective Teamwork (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Todd by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. (I should also mention that Wednesday March 7th is his birthday--so be sure to give him some extra love!) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ While … Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

Combining a Degree With Experience: Four Things College Students Need To Do Before They Graduate

Bennis Inc is pleased to welcome another guest blogger this week! As college students around the world make their final push toward the end of the fall semester, final exams, holidays and a month-long break from school may be at the forefront of their minds. But as you enjoy the upcoming winter break, consider this … Continue reading Combining a Degree With Experience: Four Things College Students Need To Do Before They Graduate