The Turnover Tsunami

Why are so many Americans quitting their jobs? And what can be done to stop this "turnover tsunami?" This blog post will answer those questions with some tips on how to stem the tide of the Great Resignation before it takes over your workforce!

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Signs Your Interview Training is Falling Short

The interview is your company’s first impression for a prospective candidate, and how it is conducted can say a lot about your workplace culture. Unfortunately, most companies don’t require any formal training to conduct interviews and, even worse, often task their most junior employees with conducting them.

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Who Are You Fooling?

It is estimated that nearly 70 percent of the population (that’s more than half of humanity) experience a feeling of fraudulence at some point in their lives. This so-called phenomenon is commonly known today as Impostor Syndrome.

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A Year In The Deep End

This week marks the first anniversary of Deep End Talent Strategies (DETS), and what a year it’s been! The traditional first-anniversary gift is paper to symbolize writing a new chapter in life. Reflecting on this first year has been a lot of fun.

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"Tiny adjustments…Tiny adjustments."

Don't let off the gas, survey the path, listen to the passengers, small corrections, and know there's help. After surviving a fall break water adventure (sounds dramatic and felt that way too), I reflected on the experience and the lessons learned that have guided my first year of business ownership and life.

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Working Under Pressure:  Be At Your Best When it Matters

DETS has released our second Ebook. Working Under Pressure dives into what happens to your mind and body under pressure, making better decisions under pressure, psychological solutions to pressure, and tips for being mindful in stressful situations.

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I Can't Believe You Said That?! How to Handle the Awkward/Bad/Inappropriate Interview Questions

When you really want to ask, "Do you know that was your out loud voice?" Dealing with bad/inappropriate/awkward interview questions.

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Learn to Handle Salary Discussions With Confidence

The most challenging part of a job interview for many candidates is the question of salary. Being able to discuss money matters with confidence will help you get the compensation you want and may even improve your job satisfaction.

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Critical Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge transfer is key to business continuity and developing others within your organization. How do you capture and transfer tacit and explicit organizational knowledge?

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Working ON your Business vs Working IN your Business

Entrepreneurs and small business owners constantly struggle to balance the working on the business vs. in the business. The secret is delegation-but what to delegate and to who is the pivotal question.

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HR Leadership in the Post-Pandemic Recovery

The efficacy of HR departments will be one of the essential factors in determining survival, post-pandemic. These are the crises that strong HR departments prepare for, and the importance of HR representation has become increasingly evident for businesses without them.

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Now is the time to (Re)assess your Employee Experience

After years of juggling everything from compliance to company culture, it is now evident that you may have focused less on company culture and more on company appearance. You’ve now realized there are two target audiences: the customer and the employee.

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