Author Archives: Rachel Custer

Demands and benefits of project management

Project success or failure may flow from the competence and skill sets of leaders. When you take charge of a team, the situation is sure to put both your project management skills and your overall leadership aptitude to the test. … Continue reading

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Managing organizational change effectively

Change comes to every company eventually. How do these businesses handle themselves when in flux? Change is an essential part of progress, and in today’s high-speed business environment, companies that don’t evolve and move forward may have a hard time … Continue reading

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Decision-making: The bedrock of leadership

Decision-making among leaders is one of the most vital competencies for today’s organizations. To capably lead a business, or a team within a company, a professional must be able to make decisions the rest of the group will support. These … Continue reading

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Encouraging innovation starts within office teams

Encouraging innovation is vital today, and the process can take many forms. Innovation is the lifeblood of modern business. Every company wants it – firms that innovate can take drastic leaps ahead of less-ambitious competitors. But where does this elusive … Continue reading

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Motivation in the office: Group identity matters

Recognition programs attuned to the group dynamics of a workplace can maximize individual contributions to overall goals. Motivation is an intangible quality in an office, one whose effects are evident in the extreme. When a team feels fired up to do … Continue reading

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