Entries by Dee Granger

Personality Types and Their Best Fit In a Company

Unfortunately, not every personality type will work well with every company. It’s important to know what your personality type is, so you can figure out which jobs would be best for you. The most common way to figure out your personality type is through the Myers-Briggs personality test. There are 16 different personality types, based […]

Important Tips for Rebranding

Rebranding is a short word for “changing the perception of some population”. Brand can be about a product, a person, an organization, or even a philosophy. We sometimes call branding: spin. No matter what is being rebranded, keeping a few short tips in mind will make the chance of success a lot higher: 1. It […]

The Three-Year Rule

There are several three-year rules in society: there is section 2035 of the U.S. tax code which is known by, and only interesting to, serious accountants, there is the guideline that dating people more than three years older or younger than you is socially unacceptable until after you reach the age of twenty five, and […]

The Ultimate Guide to Happy Employees

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that when someone is happy, they’re more likely to work harder and do more for the people around them. Blame it on the endorphins or the generally uplifted feeling, but happiness is infectious and has a motivating effect on everyone within close proximity. When you take that […]

Playing it Hard with Soft Skills

By 2020, “soft skills” will be in higher demand across industries than narrow technical skills. While working in the United Nations community for over 10 years, I observed something very interesting: High-ranking diplomats, regardless of their country’s stance, knew how to maneuver themselves successfully amongst each other and get the job done. This was no different […]

The Importance of Periodic Self-Evaluations

  You and everyone already knows the importance of employers conducting periodic evaluations on their employees, but they are not the only ones who should be checking on your work. Take the time every few months or when you switch projects to take a step back and look at yourself. Are you at the top […]