CREATIVE, STRATEGIC & SAFE PLANS FOR TODAY’S ACTIVITIES

     Outside Shopping with Masks                Clean with Disinfectant                                   Keep Social Distancing With our lives taking many twists and turns over the past 10+ months, and looking for ways to accomplish activities … Read more

If Wanting to See COVID Come to an End, What Can We Do?

          The Need to Wear Face Masks                    Make-Shift COVID Centers           Crowded Beaches Spreads COVID Since the Corona virus was acknowledged and quarantining began, thousands of people have contracted the virus and died.  The country has been requested to … Read more

Good Relationship Building is a Treasure

From infancy, a child looks for someone to trust.  As you know, when that child is separated from the ones they trust, there are tears relating fear and insecurity.  A trusted relationship ranks quite high for most people, which follows us through our different stages of life.  This is also true in our business and … Read more

Creating a Positive Attitude Changes the Effects of a Pandemic

  Often the media asks high profile people how they are coping with the isolation and restrictions in connection with this long Pandemic time period.  When the Coronavirus first was mentioned, there was no panic, as most didn’t expect it to be of any consequence, much less be so invasive, life-threatening, and lasting so terribly … Read more

Steps to Improve Workforce Culture & Environment

All people are different due to personalities, variable family environments, social attitudes, financial situations, education, cultural and religious influences, etc.  These factors and others affect people in many ways, which makes it easy to see why we have such a wide range of relationships with each other.  And yet many organizations have been very fortunate … Read more

Where are your leaders needed NOW? NOTICE

NOTICE Compass Career Management Solutions IMPORTANCE OF NAVIGATING YOUR LEADERS Now more than ever, companies/organizations need strong and effective employees, who possess the ability to be strategic and insightful leaders. The core of a leader may possess many natural skills and personality traits that position them for a “leadership role”, but a “good leader” needs … Read more

All Should Have an Open Mind About Others

As you meet and get to know others, do you find yourself making prejudgments or assumptions about them?  Or are you more open-minded and accept the person as is?  Every person is different.  Even twins in a family are said to be distinctively different.  Having two sons who were 2.5 years apart in age and … Read more

Be Prepared

The Hand of Hope When Reduction of Force is a Necessity We’re here to help! There will never be a “good time” to release employees, and no employer relishes this task.  It is one of those painful responsibilities that faces all employers when confronted with a serious business decision.  Having worked with hundreds of companies … Read more

Changing Thought Processes to Survive

When the first of this year began, we knew very little about something called the “Coronavirus” and were focused on developing a Strategic Plan for our businesses.  With the beginning of a new year, there were lots of options and ideas.  As we slowly began to hear more about the Coronavirus, most took this information … Read more

Decision-Making: One of the Hardest Parts of Being a Decision-Making Leader

Most Leaders will admit that one of the toughest parts of being a Leader is sorting and screening all data for the best choice of any decision.  Whether selecting a candidate for a position, the ideal location business, or the best approach to a situation, etc., you could likely have times of low self-confidence.  The fact … Read more