We all encounter problems in our everyday lives – whether at work or at home. Common problems might be time-management issues, or personality conflicts at the work-place. As unpleasant as some of these problems can be, it’s important to come up with an effective strategy to dealing with them. The following steps can help you better identify issues and come up with solutions for life’s obstacles!
Are you an adult learner thinking of going back to school? Are you considering taking courses for personal or professional development? Does your profession require Continuing Education credit hours?
More than 40 percent of Americans enrolled in colleges are adult learners – students who are 25 years old or older - and many colleges and universities are just starting to consider their diverse needs. This growing demographic tends to be ambitious, capable, and eager to learn.
Training employees not only leads to increased employee retention; it also can improve employee productivity and engagement.
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Do you sometimes feel stuck in a rut at work? Are opportunities for advancement passing you by? Have you considered looking for a new position, but feel that your knowledge and skills may be a bit rusty? It’s time to upskill!
Upskilling involves the active pursuit of obtaining new skills or qualifications. Whether you are looking to move forward in your current career or explore a new career altogether, upskilling will give you the important tools you need to stand out in the crowd!
The benefits of upskilling:
There’s nothing like the start of a new year to rejoice in our past successes, reflect on our mistakes, and resolve to learn something new.
Professional Development can take many forms. It might consist of reading books pertaining to your career, participating in networking events, or taking courses for continuing education credits.
Professionals in all fields should frequently seek out development opportunities to enable them to stay current and informed. And, let’s face it, learning something new can be invigorating!
Change. How is it possible that one word can evoke so many emotions? Excitement, apprehension, energy, fear. Change can be scary, but it can also be rewarding. Some of the biggest decisions in my life involved a lot of change. Moving to a new state, starting a family, switching careers. Making the decision to change and then taking the steps necessary was at times daunting; but I had help along the way which made it easier to stay motivated.
Many of us are getting ready for the holiday and a nice winter break. The holidays are a wonderful time to catch up with friends and family (as well as catch up on some much-needed rest!). However, after the first few days of relaxation and overeating, you might find yourself a bit bored and looking for something to do. Instead of sitting around and letting the weeks go by, here are some tips to make your winter break more productive:
With the frenzied pace of the holiday season (activities, guests, shopping, parties, baking, etc.) it’s no wonder that stress and depression can seem an inevitable part of the festivities. However, with a little planning, there may be a way for you to enjoy your holiday time a little bit more! Mayo Clinic and Health.com offer the following tips: