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Emotional Intelligence Test

Have you ever thought about how to control your emotions during a stressful situation? Or considered a co-worker’s possible response before you deliver bad news? If so, that’s a sign of your emotional intelligence. Testing Your Emotional Intelligence Thankfully, emotional intelligence isn’t a skill we are born with, but something we can learn and improve… Read more »

Taking The Reins of Your Business Career

Taking The Reins of Your Business Career Being in charge of your business career means knowing the path to your final goal. If an MBA is in your future, there are several concentrations to consider. Which one leads you to the finish line the fastest? Let’s catch the race. Lane 1 – Marketing Careers Public… Read more »

Best Resume Skills to Impress Hiring Managers

It may not seem like it, but the United States is experiencing a faster rate of growth now than it did in the last decade. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 11.5 million new jobs to be added to the workforce by 2026, part of a 0.7 percent rate of job growth, more than… Read more »

How Medical Biotechnology Is Advancing Modern Healthcare

Advancements in medical biotechnology have impacted millions of lives in the past few decades. From new vaccines developed to cure deadly diseases — such as during the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa in 2014 — to comprehensively mapping human DNA, the medical biotechnological industry has been on the forefront of technological advancement. Medical biotechnology… Read more »

What Is Context Marketing?

Content is all around us. From televisions to mobile phones and computers, from advertising billboards to signs on city buses, it’s nearly impossible to avoid the advertising and marketing content all around us. Frankly, it’s content overload, which makes it even more important for advertisers and marketers to maximize that moment you see their product… Read more »

Comparing Outcomes: BBA vs. MBA

A career in business can be a lucrative one — from well-paying entry-level positions to chief executives, who earn a median annual salary of $181,210. But what’s the best way to get into the industry? Most business jobs require a bachelor’s degree, and one that prepares students for the basics of such work is a… Read more »

Sustaining Innovation vs. Disruptive Innovation

“Innovation is widely regarded as the single most important ingredient in today’s economy,” according to entrepreneur Faisal Hoque at Fast Company. Innovation not only impacts global economies and business models, but the quality of life of people. Innovation has changed the way people live, work and do business. Businesses can focus on two types of… Read more »

10 Employee Engagement Ideas That Work

According to a 2017 Gallup poll, 51 percent of employees are either actively searching for new jobs or keeping an eye on job openings. This likely has something to do with the fact that only a third of American employees are engaged by their work, and only a fifth feel that they’re managed in a… Read more »

5 Characteristics of High Performance Culture

It’s no secret that motivation is important to doing good work. “Company culture” has become a popular term among corporate leaders; more and more companies are focusing on creating a culture that fosters motivation in their workforce. This is more than a simple fad: According to the Harvard Business Review (HBR), “Why we work determines… Read more »

What Is Agile Change Management?

The term “agile” is used frequently in business and software development, though it can be challenging to understand what people mean when they express a desire for a company to be agile. The agile methodology is primarily a way of streamlining the software development process, removing obstacles and empowering teams to be able to predict… Read more »