CorEdge founders DeLynn Senna and Catrina Simbe share their thoughts on hiring for cultural alignment, career navigation and more.
How To Leverage Your Employee's Strengths
Employees bring a wide range of skills and talents to the workplace, and when a business maximizes employee strengths, it not only improves the performance of their team, it also reaps the rewards of becoming a more successful company. To start utilizing employee strengths in the workplace, I’ve outlined 3 steps to get started.
Creating a positive work environment is vital to companies of all sizes as it has a dramatic effect on productivity and the overall success of the business. To guide you, I’m sharing three tried and true methods that can be put into action today!
While many factors are part of the hiring process, such as education, hard skills and soft skills, a key aspect for retaining employees is to hire someone that aligns with your company values. When searching for your next hire, be purposeful in every aspect and follow these 3 tips to get started.
Cultural Fit: How To Know If A Job Is Right For You
With more people searching for a business that aligns with their own cultural values, it is essential to identify how to know if a job is right for you before the accepting the position. This article includes three strategic steps to determine if a potential employer is a good cultural fit.
How To Be Authentic At Work And Why It's Important
Our backgrounds, experiences, failures and successes all create who we are as individuals and define the skills and knowledge we bring to the workplace. To help you know how to be authentic at work, I’m sharing some benefits, insights and tips.
With over 90,000 hours of our life spent at work, employees want to bring home more than a paycheck. They are searching for a profound way to connect to their job and develop a fulfilling career that continually motivates and inspires. To find purpose in your career, follow these four actionable steps.