Author Archives: Rachel L.

Remember the importance of project management skills

Rather than taking project-based leadership for granted or assuming it will fall under the general umbrella of corporate competency, professionals can directly study the necessary skills and abilities. Management may sometimes seem like a single, monolithic ability – either you … Continue reading

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Virtual Team Management: An Essential Skill Today

Managing a virtual team requires slight twists on the classic leadership formulas. On the surface, team leadership may seem like a skill that doesn’t change much over time. People are people, and leading them takes the same psychological makeup it … Continue reading

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Companies must stay aware of OSHA rule changes

OSHA issues updates to its industry-defining rules periodically. Here are two recent changes to take note of. Complying with the rules and regulations set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is essential for companies of all industries, sizes and descriptions. … Continue reading

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The positive impact of customer service training

What role does customer service training play in ensuring a company’s ongoing success? Customer service is a universal aspect of good business practice. That doesn’t mean companies are uniformly good at this skill, however. Not only is service an important element of operations, … Continue reading

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Organizational change management: Everyone has a role

Change is a constant factor in corporate life today, and some companies will face it more gracefully than others. Businesses that don’t grow and change are at risk of falling behind their competitors, as technology and consumer priorities shift around … Continue reading

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