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Financial Planning Checklist: 9 End-of-Year Financial Tips

As we get closer to the end of the calendar, it’s a natural time to work through a year-end financial planning checklist. Finances are often top of mind at this time anyway, with the holidays bringing increased spending on gifts and entertainment. Take some time before the ball drops to run through a year-end checklist […]

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How To Make a Financial Plan for Your Future Needs

Whether you are aiming for a specific short- to mid-range financial goal or turning your eye toward your eventual retirement, it pays to start thinking about planning your financial future as early as possible.

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Work Life in a Post Pandemic World

Teams are worn out, at all levels of organizations. Look for ways to get your employees excited about your company, especially if you’re starting to bring them back in person after over a year away from the office.

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Getting Started: Career Advice for College Graduates

Unfortunately, not all schools and majors do a good job preparing students for a future in the corporate world, so here’s are my top pieces of career advice for college graduates.

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What Is Alliance Building in the Workplace?

Building partnerships and strategic alliances might be the difference-maker in your career, helping you navigate the ins and outs of the professional world — and even spurring personal growth.

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Learning From Sports: How To Build a Successful Team for Business

With the right goals in place, the right talent in the right roles, and a manager committed to coaching the best performance out of each employee, building a successful team is within reach.

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Are You Management Material? Develop the Skills You Need To Succeed

Many managers find themselves promoted to a leadership position because of their success in a previous role, rather than through an assessment that they possess the skills and abilities required to be a successful manager. That’s not to say that you can’t learn the necessary skills on the job — every new role has challenges requiring growth and continuous learning. However, if there’s not a concrete training plan for developing […]

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A Business Case for Servant Leadership Principles

The better leadership philosophy is not to be the person standing in the spotlight; rather, choose to be a servant leader, the one holding the spotlight and shining it on your team.

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Use Technology To Align Employee Benefits and Organizational Improvement

With businesses eager to get back to normal operations, why would we consider implementing a permanent remote work program at Brokers International? Because it’s rare to find an opportunity that aligns an organizational cost-savings initiative, recruitment and retention benefits, and employee morale enhancement.

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Planning for Retirement: Six Tips for a Winning Strategy

When you near retirement, if you don’t already have a plan in place you’ve missed some of your best opportunities for a winning retirement strategy. Start as early as you can, but if you do find yourself playing catch-up, don’t worry; these six tips can help you get your plan on track.

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