Posts Tagged“education”

Of all the sectors and industries which you could choose to work in, education is the place that needs you most, throughout the entire system there are job shortages which you could fill that will give you a very rewarding career. There are so many positions which you could take on in the education sector from teaching to counselling, financial positions and even administration such as the inspirational Kevin Rolle. Kevin has worked in administration for over 20 years within the education sector and is currently Vice President of Colorado State University, proof of the success which you could achieve…

Learning the guitar is challenging, once you have mastered that basic chords you can sometimes find yourself stuck and wanting to move to the next level. With it being a long process, it is easy to lose the motivation to keep going. As hard as it may seem now, trust me it gets a lot easier. Going from playing a few basic power chords to shredding is possible for anyone. It’s going to give you sore fingertips and a lot of frustration but with the right level of practice you will get there. Take note of the tips below and…

If a business is to survive, they must focus on customer service. In fact, it is a key element of overall success. This is why a lot of resources are sent to the customer service department. The workforce there must be supported in becoming as efficient as possible, and they often receive extensive training on company policies and procedures, products, and more. But what many companies forget, is the importance of training their staff in the most important element of all: active listening skills. This is something Jeffrey W. Lupient aims to address. Jeffrey W. Lupient on Active Listening Skills…

Even today, as boarding schools continue to rise in popularity, some parents out there hesitate to send their kids away to a private school because of misconceptions surrounding boarding schools That’s why today we are out to debunk those common myths and provide you the opportunity to rethink enrolling your child. Top Myths Surrounding Boarding Schools 1. They Are for Troubled Kids In the past, boarding schools were thought to be a place for unruly children that parents simply couldn’t control. Used as a form of punishment, the threat of being sent to boarding school loomed over many children’s heads.…

How long have you been out of school? Five years? Ten? Twenty? …Forty? Writing for The Muse, Melissa Fudor recalls her exultation upon turning in the last paper of her college career. She was sure she’d never have to write another paper or sit for another exam in her entire life — and she couldn’t have been happier about it. Life had other plans for Melissa. “[O]f course, I was wrong,” she writes. “After entering the workforce, I’ve realized that learning is even more important now than it was back in my dorm room days.” Like millions of other strivers,…