Father’s Day can be a hard day for us fellas because statistics say that a lot of us don’t have out fathers in our lives. We’re being raised by single mothers who do the best they can to raise boys, into men. But we all know the truth is, only a man can teach you what it means to be a man. As hard as our mothers might try, they don’t replace a father. But I want to encourage you to take a hard look at the things you missed out in your life because your father wasn’t there whe
Studies show that most Americans search for new employment opportunities at certain times of the year. One of those times is the transition into a new year. What does this mean for you as an employer? This is a time for you to shine! If you haven’t already, take some time looking at your new hire process and your onboarding strategy. Do you have systems in place that make working for you and learning your organizational culture an art or an enigma? 46% of new hires fail withi
Your brand identity as an organization is your fingerprint. It uniquely decodes who you are, what you do, and why you do it. It plays a role in who you hire and how you retain them. Do you allow your identity to be the foundation of your job postings and how you fill your positions? Organizations miss the mark on this and end up recruiting those individuals that are not a fit for their organization. The way, and the place, their job postings are listed should be a direct refl
Becoming a man is a lifelong process. It doesn’t have an endpoint on this side of Heaven. That’s not to discourage you, it’s to give you hope. It’s never too late to get started because we all have a journey ahead of us. You can’t make progress on something that you never get started on.
Manhood is not for the faint of heart. It’s for those who are ready to step up to the challenge of leadership and service. It’s deciding to put the needs of your family before yours. But for