Made a Mistake at Work? Here’s What You Should Do.

November 17th, 2017

There comes a time in everyone’s technology career when a mistake gets made – even the top performers in the industry aren’t immune. If (or when) this happens to you, how you react to the issue is likely more important than the actual damage caused by the error itself. In essence, this isn’t the time… Read More

Don’t Let These Résumé Mistakes Cost You a Shot at a Job

August 25th, 2017

While the interview plays an important role in earning you a technology job offer, without a great résumé, you won’t even get a chance to meet with the company in question. Making any kind of mistake on your résumé puts your chance at getting hired in the recycle bin. This is a case where taking… Read More

Walking the Line Between “Boss” and “Friend”

November 14th, 2014

It’s only natural to want your employees to like you. But it’s difficult to be friends with your employees and still be able to lead them effectively. How can you walk that fine line between being respected and being everybody’s buddy?

Burnout Kit: How to Diagnose and Treat Overworked Employees

June 13th, 2014

Have you noticed the following changes in a number of your employees? Do they often arrive late and have trouble getting started once you arrive? Are they acting irritable or impatient with co-workers, customers or clients? Are they becoming inconsistently productive? Are they taking more sick days, or complaining more about headaches, backaches or other… Read More