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conflict management training

Get Comfortable With the Idea of Conflict

As part of our continued guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Edgar Papke last week. Edgar is globally recognized as an organizational and leadership psychologist, and foremost expert in the alignment

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How Do You Look and Sound as a Leader Today?

As part of our continued guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Gwen Resick-Rennich this week. Gwen is an internationally known speaker and executive speech coach who uses humor, enthusiasm, and

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Make the Best, Better

As part of our continued guest speaker management training sessions, we hosted Marty Jacknis this week. Marty is a nationally recognized professional speaker, executive coach, educator, and innovator

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Lead Through Strengths

As part of our continued guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Lisa Cummings this week. Lisa started by asking us what percentage of employees are actually engaged at work. Shockingly (well maybe

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Energize, Empower & Engage

Energize, Empower & Engage

As part of our continued guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Gary Markle this week. His charismatic personality and “energaging’ attitude kept the team scribbling notes the entire two-hours.

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Ryan Avery A to THE

Are You a Leader, or Are You THE Leader?

Our #J2Cwerkperks are the best. Our CEO (and officers) believe in career development and growing managers within our company. We have management training and guest speakers monthly, on average, and we

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Legends of the Hidden Temple: J2C Style

What Happens When You Let Your Employees Be Kids for a Day

Adulthood is hard. We understand that here at Jobs2Careers, so recently we had our first annual J2C Olympic Games. We decided on a Legends of the Hidden Temple theme this year after our event planners

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Happy Thanksgiving from J2C!

While we don’t typically advocate slacking on your job search, we do understand the value of work/life balance. Tomorrow, we recommend putting your laptop away, forgetting about your resume and kicking

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