Posts By: Ashley Lee

Challenges Make Not Break Us

We all face difficulty in life. This is a part of being human. But when it comes to our professional lives, can our challenges bring us anything other than heartache and stress? (more…)

Networking is More Important Than Ever

You don’t need a news flash to know that networking is an incredible tool in business. The question is, to what lengths should we go to meet in person now that social media is saturating our world? (more…)

A Movie Star’s Email Strategy

Actor and producer Ashton Kutcher is known in Hollywood for his wacky roles in films. What you may not know about him is his view on email and the strategies he utilizes toward managing it. (more…)

Stop Trusting Your Instincts

Personal intuition is a strong feeling and one we cannot ignore easily. More often than not, following it serves us well. But are there times where ignoring it is a better option? (more…)

Are You REALLY Listening?

Employees want to be heard. They have feedback, concerns, exciting ideas, innovative thoughts and all that lay in between. So, as a leader, are you listening? (more…)

The Watermelon Test

Eating a piece of watermelon in the summer is fantastic isn’t it? We get to this delicious moment by picking the perfect melon. A lot can be said about how we go about getting the best of something. (more…)

The Ultimate Guide to Team Assessments

In business we rely a lot on functional, positive teamwork to get the job done. So if your team is suffering from a certain amount of dysfunction, maybe its time to reassess how it’s operating. (more…)

Back To School Disaster

Budget cuts are difficult and sometimes, no matter what the resolve, they’re inevitable. But what happens when financials are drastically downsized ? (more…)

37 Ways for Happiness at Work: Part 2

Dissatisfaction in a job can be crippling, not just in our careers but in our personal life and mental well-being as well. If you’re searching for some tips for finding happiness at work, read on. (more…)

Sparking Motivation in Employees

To truly capture and define motivation and its parameters is difficult. The very nature of the word varies from person to person after all. So how can we tap into understanding individual motivation? (more…)